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News : The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus announce Australian tour

By on September 18, 2018

US post-hardcore ensemble, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, will return to Australia this November and December armed with their brand new release ‘The Awakening‘, the first in almost four years. The band promise to perform tracks from the brand new release, plus a host of classic cuts from their back catalogue. In addition, Brisbane’s The Comfort will be joining the tour as the main support.

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus 2018 Tour Dates

Wednesday 28th November – AUCKLAND, Galatos 18+ **
Thursday 29th November – BRISBANE, The Triffid 18+
Friday 30th November – MELBOURNE, Corner Hotel 18+
Saturday 1ST December – NEWCASTLE, Club Azzuri Lic/AA
Sunday, 2nd December – SYDNEY, Manning Bar 18+

** Red Jumpsuit Apparatus only

Tickets on sale: Thursday 20th Sept @ 10am Local via Destroy All Lines. 

Click here to secure your tickets. 

THE RED JUMPSUIT APPARATUS was formed back to 2003 by brothers Ronnie and Randy Winter and it was Virgin Records who snapped them up & released the bands RIAA platinum debut record‘Don’t You Fake It’ in 2006.  Second album ‘Lonely Road’ followed in 2009. They became fully independent in early 2010. Since then it’s being done “the Red Jumpsuit way”.‘Am I The Enemy’ was released in 2011, ‘4’ on July 4th, 2014 and ‘The Awakening’ in 2018.

In their short tenure, Brisbane’s THE COMFORT made their mark on the Australian alternative scene, having done multiple runs around the country alongside bands such as The Hunna, Storm The Sky, Young Lions, Don Broco and Saviour. Their EP ‘Love’ has reached far corners of the globe with the band constantly finding new fans from New York, to London and beyond. With debut album, ‘What It Is To Be’ due out November 9th, THE COMFORT have only just begun.

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