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Perth's very own psychedelic rock royals POND return for a show at Freo.Social!

  • Dates:Apr 4
  • Time(s):8.00pm
  • Venue:Freo.Social

Details

  • Hosted By:Freo.Social
  • Venue Address:Artillery Drill Hall on Parry St, Fremantle WA 6160
  • Ticket Price:$49.90
  • Venue:Freo.Social
  • Audience:Adults,Wheelchair Access

Description

POND ANNOUNCE ONE-OFF FREMANTLE SHOW WITH SPECIAL GUESTS CHILDREN COLLIDE

“Allbrook, much like Bradford Cox or even Bowie, has a knack for conveying the beauty and madness of the human condition in his lyrics and performance…

- UNCUT

"..thrilling and unpredictable.."

- THE AGE

"..Pond are at the top of their game.”

- THE BIG ISSUE

Set to headline Bad Friday Weekender and Boogie Fest and following on from rapturously received performances with Mac De Marco, today POND announces a one-off headline show in Fremantle.  Joined by special guests Children Collide, the five-piece will take the stage at Freo.Social on Saturday 4 April for their last hometown show for awhile, as they ready to return to the studio to record album #9.

2019 was a milestone year for the prolific and one-of-a-kind collective. POND’s eighth studio album Tasmania debuted at #15 on the ARIA album chart and #2 on the AIR independent chart in March.  Their most critically acclaimed album to date, Tasmania features the  alt-pop anthem Daisy, psychedelic space romp Sixteen Days, the grandiose The Boys Are Killing Me and spatial adventure Burnt Out Star.

The release was followed by a live studio album Sessions in November.  Recorded during their European tour, Sessions featured the exhilarating album cut Don’t Look at the Sun (Or You'll Go Blind).  The live fan-favourite contains a reference to Six Pack by ESG and Firestarter by The Prodigy.

Continuing to expand their performance resumé, in the past year POND has performed sold-out headline shows across the nation and extensive tours of North America, Europe and the UK.   They’ve also performed a slew of festivals including Splendour in the Grass, Glastonbury, Primavera, We Love Green and many more.

Events

Zep Boys (POSTPONED)
YBN Cordae (POSTPONED)
The Milk Carton Kids With Vera Sola
The Kite String Tangle - C()D3x Album Tour (POSTPONED)
The Human Highway Plays Neil Young (POSTPONED)
San Cisco 'Flaws' Tour (POSTPONED)
Rock&Read (POSTPONED)
Pseudo Echo
[email protected] (POSTPONED)
Melbourne Ska Orchestra (POSTPONED)
[email protected] (POSTPONED)
Kasey Chambers (POSTPONED)
Freo.Speakeasy (CANCELLED)
Frenchy - Ruthless
Don't Change - The Ultimate INXS Tour
Confidence Man 2020 Tour With Mickey Kojak & Close Counters (POSTPONED)
Capercaillie (POSTPONED)
Billy Bragg - 'One Step Forward, Two Steps Back' Tour
Big Thief (USA) Plus Indigo Sparke (POSTPONED)
Augie March 'On The Quiet'
Asgeir (POSTPONED)
An Evening Of Music & Comedy With Creed Bratton From The Office
#1 Dads @ Freo.Social (POSTPONED)

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