Adelaide punk-rockers Teenage Joans have announced they’ll be playing a few shows early next year, which they’ve dubbed the ‘Something About Being Sixteen Is Boring’ tour.
The pair revealed the two-stop tour on social media today (December 30), writing “DING DING DING TOUR ALERT! We are SO OVER THE (sun the) MOON (and the stars) to announce that we are going on tour in January…”.
They’ll be co-headlining with fellow pop-punk duo TOWNS, who also hail from Adelaide. Fans can catch them at Brisbane’s Black Bear Lodge on January 24 or at Melbourne’s Stay Gold on January 29.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here.
Teenage Joans cemented their place in the Australian music scene after winning triple j’s Unearthed High in September, for their single ‘Three Leaf Clover’.
The pair went on to release an official music video for the track two months later in November, which was their first time making a proper clip.
Speaking of the experience in a press statement, the band’s Cahli Blakers said, “As this was our first proper music video, we wanted to paint the perfect picture of exactly who we are. We wanted to show our personalities, passions, hobbies and our fun creative side that exists outside of our music and live shows.”
As for TOWNS, the duo released their latest single ‘Boring’ in August. A short-but-sweet hit of pop-punk energy, the track arrived alongside a vivid music video featuring the pair in their real and animated forms.
Teenage Joans and TOWNS ‘Something About Being Sixteen Is Boring’ 2021 tour dates are:
Sunday 24 – Brisbane, Black Bear Lodge
Friday 29 – Melbourne, Stay Gold