When Ocean Grove’s debut LP The Rhapsody Tapes dropped earlier this year, it did more than just sky-rocket the Melbourne lads to immense acclaim. It also intentionally gave birth to a new genre. Bound by the ‘Rhapsody Manifesto’, Ocean Grove showed listeners a brief introduction to their odd world order, delivering 12 tracks that transcended the categorical ties of what it means to be an Australian heavy act.
And now, almost 18 months since the boys launched this epic debut album in Geelong, they are bringing it back for a special performance at The Workers Club on July 14, alongside The Beverly Chills and Amberyse.
The band announced it today via Facebook.
Performing at Download Festival earlier this year, they’ve also got an upcoming slot at the Dead of Winter Festival in July alongside legends Frenzal Rhomb and Polaris.
Tickets can be purchased here.
In the meantime, here’s a throwback.