The Foreign Objects’ second EP, 321, which has been produced by Grinspoon’s Phil Jamieson, is set to hit shelves on 19th November.
To celebrate the EP’s release, Port Maquaries finest are heading out on massive national tour spread over the last three months of 2010.
The tour will include support slots for Grinspoon and Calling All Cars, and shows alongside Novocaines and Fangs.
321, was recorded in early August in Byron Bay, with Jamieson handling production, the EP is said to be “built on rock’s fundamentals: 60s and 70s pub-rock beats, punk-fuelled guitar triplets, sweltering riffs, and chaotic, howled vocals.”
“We don’t care about trying to prove anything to anyone” front-man, Luke Hall says. “Rock ‘n’ Roll’s never been about being accepted. We just wanna scream in your face.”
Check out Foreign Objects at the following shows:
Melbourne: 2nd Oct @ Revolver (w/ Novocaines + Fangs)
Wollongong: 7th Oct @ The Harp (w/ Novocaines + Fangs)
Newcastle: 8th Oct @ The Cambridge (w/ Novocaines + Fangs)
Newtown: 9th Oct @ Shush Bar (w/ Novocaines + Fangs)
Brisbane: 14th Oct @ The Clubhouse (w/ Novocaines + Fangs)
Gold Coast: 15th Oct @ The Cooly Hotel (w/ Novocaines + Fangs)
Maroochydore: 16th Oct @ Club Envy (w/ Novocaines + Fangs)
Sydney: 31st Oct @ The Annandale
Port Macquarie: 6th Oct @ Beach House Cafe
Noosavilla: 14th Nov @ Villa Noosa Hotel (w/ Grinspoon)
Gladstone: 19th Nov @ Gladstone Reef Hotel (w/ Grinspoon)
Mackay: 20th Nov @ Andergrove Tavern (w/ Grinspoon)
Emerald: 21st Nov @ Emerald Town Hall (w/ Grinspoon)
Townsville: 24th Nov @ The Venue (w/ Grinspoon)
Airlie Beach: 25th Nov @ Magnums (w/ Grinspoon)
Cairns: 26th Nov @ Brother’s Leagues Club (w/ Grinspoon)
Newcastle: 10th Dec @ Cambridge Hotel (w/ Calling All Cars)
Hobart: 8th Jan @ Soundscrape Festival