They’re one of the fastest-rising Aussie acts on the scene, now The Chats have announced their latest run of national dates.

The rise to fame has been so sudden that almost 18 months ago, the idea of The Chats being a huge drawcard on the Aussie touring scene was incredibly hard to believe.

A group of three friends who formed a band in a mate’s shed, The Chats were just some blokes who wanted to make some music together. However, when their 2017 single ‘Smoko’ was unleashed, all hell broke loose.

Before long, the tune was racking up airplay the world over, catching the attention of music legends like Dave Grohl. Before long, The Chats were not only supporting Queens Of The Stone Age, but they’d gained a following so large that their debut UK tour sold out in a day.

Now, the Sunshine Coast rockers have unveiled their latest single, and have plotted a run of national tour dates to accompany it.

Titled ‘Pub Feed’, The Chats’ latest single is an anthem to the humble counter meal at your local.

With lyrics that praise the classic chicken parmy, and a chorus that simply states “all I crave is a good pub feed,” you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more Aussie tune than this one.

Now, The Chats are giving punters across the country a chance to come out and shout these lyrics out in a live setting.

Announced today, the ‘Pub Feed’ tour sees The Chats kicking things off at Sydney’s Crowbar at the end of May, before hitting up Melbourne and Adelaide, and finally wrapping things up with a hometown show at Brisbane’s Brightside.

Tickets to these shows are on sale now, so don’t miss out on a chance to see one of the most acclaimed Aussie rock acts shredding the stage this May and June.

Check out The Chats’ ‘Pub Feed’:

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The Chats Pub Feed tour

Friday, May 31st
Crowbar, Sydney, NSW

Saturday, June 8th
Corner Hotel, Melbourne, VIC

Sunday, June 9th
Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide, SA

Friday, June 14th
The Brightside, Brisbane, QLD

Tickets available from The Chats’ website

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