SAOSIN Announce Australian Headline Tour - March 2023
 

US post hardcore icons, Saosin will return to Australia for the first time in 13 years for a national headline tour in March, 2023!

Fronted by their original vocalist, Anthony Green, the band will be playing bangers from all of their highly influential albums, 2006’s self titled, 2009’s In Search Of Solid Ground and 2016’s Along The Shadow and from their groundbreaking EP’s including their debut, 2003’s Translating The Name. Songs such as You’re Not Alone, Voices, Seven Years and Collapse which have all racked up well over 10 million spins each and helped define a sub-genre.

One of post hardcore’s formative pillars. Saosin were among the first bands to fully embrace social media as a way of promoting themselves (remember MySpace?) and they burst onto the scene in 2003 with their explosive debut EP, Translating The Name. 

Their poweful live shows and heavy internet presence, coupled with critical praise from the industry and media alike, cultivated a loyal underground following which has remained strong for the past two decades!

Rounded out by guitarist Beau Burchell, bassist Chris Sorenson, and drummer Alex Rodriguez, Saosin's scene-defining blend of heady artistic intellectualism and passion is an adventurous rush of energy. Equal parts confidence and vulnerability, it straddles the line between metalcore angst and melodic experimentalism and strikes the perfect balance of what makes their music simultaneously pretty and brutal.

Don't miss Saosin’s first ever headline shows in Australia and their first here since 2010!

 

TOUR DATES

Thursday, March 9: Croxton Bandroom , Melbourne

Friday, March 10: Metro Theatre, Sydney 

Saturday, March 11: The Triffid, Brisbane 

Sunday, March 12: Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide

Tuesday, March 14: Amplifier Bar, Perth  

Early Bird Pre Sale Begins Tuesday, November 15 @ 9.00am local time
Sign up here to access 
https://bit.ly/SaosinAU 

General Public on sale Thursday, November 17 @ 9am local time 
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