Lively in Melbourne

28 May
The Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar

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Soso ‘This Tour Ain’t Big Enough For The Both Of Us’ Tour At The Last Chance W/ Down And Out, Subcult + Okay Dane

Self-described Offensively Average pop-punks SoSo are heading out on tour across the East coast as part of their This Tour Ain’t Big Enough for the Both of Us tour! Joining them along the way will be fellow Australian pop-punk up-and-comers Down And Out.  

Fresh off the release of their rousing new track Pushing Up Daisies, SoSo continue to build a loyal and dedicated fanbase with their brand of offensively average pop-punk. 2022 saw the band successfully complete a run of headlining dates across the Australian East coast and release a slew of stand-out singles which were widely embraced by fans and tastemakers alike. After gaining significant exposure and momentum throughout last year, the band ultimately caught the eye of the industry and scored an opening slot for pop-punk heavyweights Yours Truly. 

SoSo’s songs Wasted Time and The Festival Song were also featured on Aussie TV show ‘Home & Away’ and on Canada’s huge ‘Hockey Night! in Canada’ TV broadcast, capping off a huge 2022. SoSo have well and truly hit their stride, with their live performance matching the energy and rowdiness of their records and social media antics. 

Fresh off the heels of their debut EP All Things Considered, the 5 piece travelling circus known only as Down And Out are hitting the road with their good friends SoSo! Having built a cult-like fanbase in their hometown of Adelaide and cementing themselves at the forefront of the new wave of Australian pop-punk, Down And Out are anxious to break out and play a run of dates to show the rest of the country what they’ve got.

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