The band will perform in Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland throughout July and August, making stops in capital cities and regional centres.
Australian post-punk band Cable Ties is set to embark on a thrilling tour across the country to promote their upcoming album, All Her Plans. Known for their electrifying energy and raw passion, they’re set to showcase their new material and classics from their previous releases. Catch them when they head to Anglesea on 28 July and Castlemaine on 29 July.
Cable Ties Australian tour dates
- June 23 – Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide w/ Bad//Dreems
- July 28 – Sound Doctor, Anglesea w/ Our Carlson
- July 29 – Theatre Royal, Castlemaine w/ Our Carlson
- August 4 – Max Watts, Melbourne w/ Our Carlson
- August 5 – The Zoo, Brisbane w/ Our Carlson
- August 6 – Eltham Hotel, Eltham w/ Our Carlson
- August 10 – Tanswells, Beechworth
- August 11 – The Shaking Hand, Canberra w/ Our Carlson
- August 12 – The Lansdowne, Sydney w/ Our Carlson
- August 13 – The Servo, Port Kembla w/ Our Carlson
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Fans can expect to hear new tracks from the upcoming LP, including the recently released single, Change, which delves into the lingering effects of patriarchal violence and the frustration with the slow progress of social change.
“Change is about how to keep surviving and fighting even when it feels like we’re going backwards,” says Cable Ties’ guitarist and lead vocalist Jenny McKechnie.
“It contrasts the traumatisation of victim/survivors by the so-called justice system with the solidarity and hope I have found talking to mothers, friends and strangers, who have connected with the songs I’ve screamed into the abyss.”
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“The lyrics for Change reflect a collection of experiences I’ve had over the last decade, particularly relating to being a woman who plays loud angry, feminist music,” Jenny adds.
“Playing this type of music has allowed me to have deeply moving conversations with people who connect to the experiences I describe. I treasure these conversations. They are the thing that keeps me going when I feel like there’s no point to my silly little songs in my silly little band.
“I recorded the vocal take for this song very shortly after Roe v Wade was overturned, so I was extremely fired up and dejected, but wanted to remind myself why we keep going.”
Catch them when they head to Melbourne for a show at Max Watts on August 4. Grab tickets by heading here.