Friends of Friends 'REAL LIFE, RIGHT NOW' Tour
Friends of Friends 'REAL LIFE, RIGHT NOW' Tour
Destroy All Lines Presents

Friends of Friends 'REAL LIFE, RIGHT NOW' Tour

with guests GRXCE & Rageflower
Bootleggers (Newtown , NSW)
Friday, 17 May 2024 7:30 pm
22 days away
18 Plus
POP
Alternative
Rock
Indie

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Earning nods from Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park), who rocked up to their live show in Brisbane, and subsequently packing out venues to overcapacity at the start of 2024, Friends of Friends are taking their explosive and emotional live set on tour after announcing their upcoming EP, REAL LIFE, RIGHT NOW is set for release in May.

“The boys and I are absolutely pumped to be back on tour in May. Our new EP is dropping just before we hit the road, and we’re all really, really excited to be playing songs from it. And to top it off, we’re being joined by some great bands that we adore. It’s going to be a special one.” - Barnaby

Fronted by the dynamic lead singer/producer, Barnaby Baker, the trio, featuring multi-instrumentalist Frank Christian and rhythmic anchor Morgan Blake, seamlessly blend elements of new-wave punk, 2000's indie, and shoegaze. Drawing inspiration from revered acts like The Cure, U2, Beabadoobee, Radiohead, and Nine Inch Nails, Friends of Friends crafts a potent and razor-sharp sound, marked by iconic screaming indie guitars and glistening synths.

Having emerged from the vibrant music scene of Brisbane, the band embodies the unfiltered and authentic sound of suburban Australia. Finalising their lineup in 2022, this tight-knit group of best friends has been turning heads, earning the descriptor from triple j as "Great, Lethal Modern Rock." Their blend of attention-grabbing indie-rock with heartfelt narratives has resonated with audiences, as Friends of Friends continue to rise.