Damaged Goods Club are gearing up to release their upcoming pop-rock anthem, ‘Hallways.’ Telling a story of heartache, heartburn, and everything in between, Hallways follows the all-too-familiar narrative of renting in your twenties and all the frustrations it brings – whether that be shitty housemates, living paycheck to paycheck, or pursuing dead-end relationships.
Overflowing with infectious energy, relatable one-liners, and a massive anthemic chorus, Hallways is bound to become the new anthem of twenty-something renters everywhere. The band will embark on their first-ever headline tour in May/June 2023 to launch the single, playing shows in Melbourne, Sydney, Wollongong, and Ballarat. Damaged Goods Club are the hottest up-and-coming band on the Melbourne music scene. Offering up a ‘gritty-yet-glittery’ pop-rock sound sparkling with 2000s nostalgia, the band are known for their cheeky personality, painfully relatable lyrics, and energetic live show.
Having played a range of iconic venues all across Australia, the band has won hearts nationwide with their vulnerable storytelling, infectious energy, and relatability. Since forming in 2021, Damaged Goods Club has played alongside artists such as Dear Seattle, Eat Your Heart Out, The Smith Street Band, Press Club, The Bennies, Yours Truly, Bakers Eddy, Semantics, Moaning Lisa, Suzi, Kitschen Boy, Grenade Jumper, Hallie, and more