Slaves announce Download Festival sideshows for Perth and Brisbane


Good information, Slaves followers! The punk duo, already introduced to carry out at Download Festival in Melbourne and Sydney can be taking part in their debut headline exhibits at Amplifer Bar in Perth and The Brightside in Brisbane.

Fresh from the discharge of their critically acclaimed third album, Acts of Fear and Love, Isaac Holman (drums, vocals) and Laurie Vincent (guitar, vocals) are bringing their anthemic songs to Australia, smashing up competition levels and venues alike in a joyous, celebration of huge riffs, massive beats and even greater choruses.

Slaves burst out of the UK with debut album Are You Satisfied? in 2015, that includes singles Hey, The Hunter and Cheer Up London adopted by sophomore album Take Control in 2016. Slaves have gone onto turn out to be one of many UK’s most ferocious stay bands, and their model of high-energy punk rock has gained them followers worldwide.

You owe it to your self to see this band. Tickets on sale now.



Amplifier Bar, Perth – March sixth
The Brightside, Brisbane – March seventh


Also showing at Download Festival Melbourne & Sydney


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