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Violent Femmes - Australian Tour [EP] album download

Violent Femmes - Australian Tour [EP] album download

Violent Femmes
Australian Tour [EP]
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Violent Femmes will reinvent their classic catalog on a new live album called 2 Mics & The Truth: Unplugged & Unhinged in America that will be released next month ahead of the band’s eagerly anticipated co-headlining tour with Echo & The Bunnymen. The live album, due out July 7, was recorded last year at public radio stations and music media outlets during the Femmes’ tour in support of their ninth studio album, We Can Do Aything.

Violent Femmes announce additional tour dates to their extensive 2016 summer tour. Following a sold out Australian tour and many sold out West and East Coast dates in May and June; Violent Femmes are extending their . tour to key Midwest and festival dates. The tour is in support of their latest album WE CAN DO ANYTHING, released March 4 (). Violent Femmes' world tour is underway now and will take the band throughout the West Coast, Midwest, and East Coast through May, June and July.

Violent Femmes just finished a sold-out Australian tour along with many sold out . tour dates, so they’ve extended their tour to include Asbury Park’s Stony Pony Summerstage series. This tour is in support of their latest album release, We Can Do Anything, which was released just a few weeks ago. The album is their ninth studio album so far, and it is their first since their last album Freak Magnets, released in 2000. This was a result of the band’s temporary disbandment. After Freak Magnets was released, they decided to stop making new music and simply play shows when booked

Violent Femmes is the debut album by Violent Femmes. Mostly recorded in July 1982, the album was released by Slash Records on vinyl and on cassette in April 13, 1983, and on CD in 1987 with two extra tracks "Ugly" and "Gimme the Car".

Violent Femmes’ Happy New Year EP Released Digitally Today. Legendary Trio’s First New Collection In 15 Years. North American Tour Begins Friday. Violent Femmes’ first new collection of songs in 15 years, Happy New Year EP, will be released globally on all major digital outlets today June 2, 2015. The EP was recorded this past New Year’s Eve in Hobart, Tasmania, after the legendary band performed a sold out concert at the world famous Sydney Opera House. Ice Cube Showcases Everythangs Corrupt at South Side Ballroom in Dallas.

Violent Femmes have added even more dates to their massive 2017 Australian tour. They’ll be coming in hot on the back of a new album, We Can Do Anything which was released in March. You’ll be sure to hear some new stuff, but Femmes are likely to throw in some favourites to keep everybody happy. You can check out all the new dates below. Watch: Violent Femmes – Good For/At Nothing. Violent Femmes 2017 Australian Tour. Tickets on sale at 9am on Friday, 16th December, apart from Brisbane, which goes on sale at 10am. Thursday, 16th March Hamer Hall, Melbourne Tickets: Arts Centre Melbourne.

Violent Femmes is a fantastic album, full of perceptions on growing up and cutting humour that's smarter than people realize. Further, these guys are pretty strong instrumentally - who else can rock out on a xylophone? Too bad they couldn't be consistently strong from album to album.