Thu 31 Mar

Violent Soho

Brisbane rockers Violent Soho play their first Sydney headline show in 2 years!

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I OH YOU are thrilled to share the news that Brisbane rockers Violent Soho will be playing their first Sydney headline show in 2 years on Thursday 31 March at Sydney’s Roundhouse.

Appearing with special guests Dear Seattle + Teen Jesus & The Jean Teasers, this show will mark the first time the band have graced a Sydney stage since the release of their ARIA #1 album Everything Is A-OK.

Recorded by Australian producer Greg Wales (You Am I, Sandpit, Youth Group), Everything Is A-OK is a headlong cannonball-ride into the darkness of suburban abandonment and decay. Marking the second time the band have taken out the #1 spot on the charts, Everything Is A-OK was nominated for 4 x ARIA Awards, 3 x National Live Music Awards, 1 x AIR Award and 1 x J Award.

There’s no question that this band remains one of the most in-demand live acts in the country, with their last tour of the East Coast selling out in under 2 hours and giving fans a sweaty, electrifying reminder of what this band brings to a room. 

Violent Soho are stoked to be returning to the festival circuit next year, having recently been announced on the 2022 Splendour in the Grass line-up, plus Yours & Owls, UNIFY Gathering and Queensland’s Best Night Ever.

Sydney fans are encouraged to secure their tickets fast, as this is not a show to be missed! 

PRAISE FOR EVERYTHING IS A-OK

“Violent Soho are more vital than ever when nothing is A-OK. In some ways, Everything Is A-OK is their least ambitious album, but arguably their most accomplished.”– triple j

“Never has an album felt more relevant. Everything is A-OK unrelentingly strives for positivity in the age of uncertainty. It’s the “fuck it” tonic we all need.” - The Brag

“...Soho have delivered a calm and more chilled offering, that still packs that iconic Mansfield punch where it’s needed the most.” - Wall Of Sound - 8/10 stars

“Everything Is A-OK is Violent Soho’s most profound and genuine project to date.” – Play Too Much

“Violent Soho have brought the gig to our living rooms and made us forget about the impending doom around us for 34 glorious minutes.” – Tone Deaf (AOTW)