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#RocktheGranny With My Echo


Sat 3 Oct 2015, 9:00pm–11:45pm

Where: Ding Dong Lounge - Permanently Closed, Level 1/18 Market Lane, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $12.25
  • Additional fees may apply


Listed by: Ding Dong Lounge

The AFL have started some great initiatives this year, kick to kick on the ground is back, old school jumpers are coming back and beer and pie prices are going to go back to 1994 prices (OK I made the last one up).

But we reckon they need a little help with one more.

What makes this game so special is our own game, there’s nothing like it, nowhere else in the world plays it at a professional level and as a result so many Australian-isms are engrained in the game.

We shepherd to protect our fellow man.

We use the opposition as human ladders to take ‘speccies’.

We scream out ‘ball’ at the top of our lungs any chance we get.

Fans from opposing teams sit together and will have a beer after the game together.

Player’s play to win and play for the team, not just for money.

Even if you miss a goal, we give you point for having a go cause your heart was in the right place.

With all these great things we are so proud of about our game why is the pre-match entertainment at the Grand Final such an embarrassment?

The answer is simple…They are trying to make it something it is not, it’s not the NFL halftime show and never will be.

So the plan is simple.
Ramming sweaty rooms around the country on the back of releases ‘The New Approach’ EP, digital single ‘Do or Die’ and 2014’s self-titled EP as well as numerous supports for the likes of industry long players such as Jimmy Eat World, Guttermouth, Bodyjar, Shihad and King Cannons the band will head in to 2015 off the back of their upcoming single ‘Over Worked and Under Paid.

Working again with friend and producer Hadyn Buxton (Trial Kennedy, Ecca Vandal) at Melbourne’s iconic Sing Sing Studios, the focus was on capturing the bands adored raw live energy.

The result being an honest ode to the struggles one has managing a life on the road and a life at home.