Following the release of their soul-funk track “Clarity”, Polish Club return to the stage this November and December for a headline tour. Joined by special guests Heaps Good Friends, Wing Defence and Sweater Curse, Polish Club will be getting down this summer in Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
Since the release of their debut album Alright Already, the white-knuckled drummer John-Henry Pajak and his leather-lunged frontman David Novak have performed two Australian headline tours (+ two sold-out horn-filled shows) and a two-piece arena tour with Royal Blood.
Polish Club describe their sound as “the full-bodied howl of Motown’s finest frontmen parsed through the garage rock scuzz of Detroit”. Dubbed “Sydney’s sweatiest rock duo”, Polish CIub will be getting even sweatier as they take to the road from late November. If you want to see what the buzz is all about, you can catch them on their Get Some Clarity tour.
22 Nov – Fat Controller, Adelaide – TICKETS
1 Dec – The Foundry, Brisbane – TICKETS
6 Dec – The Lansdowne, Sydney – TICKETS
7 Dec – The Lansdowne, Sydney – SOLD OUT
8 Dec – Hyperfest, Perth – TICKETS
14 Dec – The Gasometer, Melbourne – TICKETS
15 Dec – The Gasometer, Melbourne – SOLD OUT
Other reviews you might enjoy:
- Stella Donnelly on tour – music news
- Woodes on tour – music news
- The Sea Gypsies (album + tour) – music news
David Edwards is the editor of The Blurb and a contributor on film and television