For the last nine years Long Island New York natives Iron Chic have been one of the most exciting bands in punk rock. Their DIY ethos and heartfelt, catchy sing along choruses have gained them masses of fans all over the world. A mainstay on the European and American punk circuit, February 2018 will see Iron Chic’s return to Australia.
Latest album You Can’t Stay Here, their first release on SideOneDummy Records, addresses the same big questions that have plagued the Long Island punk group from their outset: anxiety, depression, relationships, substance abuse, mortality, life, death, what it all means, why we’re forced to experience them.
“It’s hard to be a human being, how can we? When we’re not quite sure what being human means” sings Jason Lubrano on the album’s first single ‘My Best Friend (Is A Nihilist)’.
Last in Australia in 2015 for Poison City Weekender, two shows with The Smith Street Band on their ‘I Love Life’ festivals and a string of headline shows. 2018 will see Iron Chic returning to every city they played in 2015 along with shows in Hobart, Adelaide and Newcastle for the first time.
Tickets on sale Friday December 8th from poolhouserecords.com.au
WATCH THE VIDEO FOR ‘MY BEST FRIEND (IS A NIHILIST)’ HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIwEb9cG_aE
Jackknife Music & Pool House Records Present
IRON CHIC AUSTRALIAN TOUR 2018
Friday Feb 2nd - Crowbar, Brisbane
Saturday Feb 3rd - Hamilton Station Hotel, Newcastle
Sunday Feb 4th - Factory Floor, Sydney (AA & 18+)
Monday Feb 5th - Rad Bar, Wollongong
Tuesday feb 6th - Phoenix Bar, Canberra
Thursday Feb 8th - Ed Castle, Adelaide
Friday Feb 9th - The Brisbane Hotel, Hobart
Saturday Feb 10th - Wrangler Studios, Melbourne (AA)
Saturday Feb 10th - The Bendigo Hotel, Melbourne
Sunday Feb 11th - Reverence Hotel, Melbourne
Tickets on sale from http://www.poolhouserecords.com.au
“You Can’t Stay Here is proof Iron Chic spent years honing their expertise in writing catchy, soul bearing punk tunes that defy the realms monotony and have quite clearly, perfected it” - Hysteria Magazine
“these high-energy, fist-pumping anthems in the face of existential dread are sure to fortify punk-lovers in their brace against the bleakness of 2017” - Beat Magazine