From dominating the ARIA charts and Hottest 100 to taking festival stages by storm, 2018 was undeniably a whirlwind year for Australian fuzz-punk luminaries Skegss.

The trailblazing three-piece have announced a massive run of headline shows for mid-2019, which will see the band take to largest stages of their career thus far.

The five-date run will see Skegss kick things off at Fremantle’s Metropolis on June 21, wrapping things up at Brisbane’s Fortitude Music Hall on July 27th.

Warming up crowds hungry for a cheeky mosh will be Ratbag Records signees Totty, rising skuzz-punks Mini Skirt and the one and only Aaron Gocs for a healthy dose of meme-worthiness.

“We are really excited to come and play our dream venues around Australia. Dropping our debut album last year My Own Mess everything has been crazy. We are taking our friends Aaron Gocs, Totty and Mini Skirt on the road. See yas there,” said Skegss upon announcement.

To celebrate the tour’s announcement, Skegss have also unveiled a new video for the My Own Mess track ‘Road Trip’, shot and directed by their good pal Kai Neville. The video documents the lads on tour, highlighting the high points and reflective moments of life on the road – a surefire way to get you amped for what will definitely be a run of insane shows.

UPDATE: 

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Due to overwhelming demand, Skegss have unveiled four new dates to the tour, with additional shows in Melbourne and Sydney announced as well as a brand new show in Hobart.

Skegss – ‘Road Trip’

Skegss National Tour Dates

with special guests

Aaron Gocs, Totty & Mini Skirt

Fri 21 June

Metropolis, Fremantle

Thu 04 July

Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide

Sat 06 July

Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Sun 07 July

Enmore Theatre, Sydney (AA)

Fri 12 July

Hobart Uni Bar, Hobart (18+)

Sat 13 July

Forum, Melbourne

Sun 14 July

Forum, Melbourne U18

Sun 14 July

Forum, Melbourne 18+

Sat 27 Jul

Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane

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