The Cape Cod rock band will be touching down in November.
The genre-bending modern rock back will be coming down under this summer for a quick three-date jaunt.
Starting with a few shows over in New Zealand, they’ll head on over to Melbourne’s Stay Gold on November 23 before making their way over to Sydney and Brisbane.
Highly Suspect Australian Tour 2023
- Nov 17 – The Loons, Christchurch
- Nov 18 – The Powerstation, Auckland
- Nov 19 – San Fran, Wellington
- Nov 23 – Stay Gold, Melbourne
- Nov 24 – Crowbar, Sydney
- Nov 25 – The Brightside, Brisbane
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In 2022, the American five-piece released their latest album, The Midnight Demon Club – fans can expect to hear songs from this release on tour in November. The new album features the singles Pink Lullabye and Natural Born Killer.
With it, the band added an electro-pop twist to their traditional alternative rock sound, giving them a fresh edge and keeping fans on their toes.
Highly Suspect got their start as a local cover band, playing songs by classic rock favourites including Sublime, Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix.
After dropping a series of EPs in their early days, they released a self-titled compilation album that saw them rise to new heights, touring with Stone Temple Pilots and the Deftones.
With four studio albums, a handful of Grammy nominations and years worth of world tours under their belts, it’s likely the guy will deliver a rockin’ live show when they come to town.
Presale tickets to see Highly Suspect on their Australia and New Zealand tour are set to unlock on May 22 at 10am AEST. General admission will go on sale the following day.
To sign up for the Highly Suspect presale, head here.