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MisMade Double Single Tour W/ Valhalla Lights, Atomic Monkey


Fri 16 Dec 2016, 7:30pm–11:00pm

Where: Lismore City Hall, 1 Bounty St, Lismore, Lismore Area

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Tickets at the door: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Reservoir PR

Sydney based hard rockers The Mis-Made are stoked to announced their next tour in support of a Double Single release of two new songs ‘Blood Money’ and ‘Ice’, which will be release during the first week on November along with a new film clip for ‘Blood Money’.This is the first release from a debut album that the band has been working on with producer Lachlan Mitchell with plans to release in mid-2017.

The Mis-Made have been making a racket around Australia for the past few years and have had several successful tours through the UK & Europe, as well as recently scoring the support for legendary hard rockers, L7 at The Metro is Sydney. 2016 is ending with a bang for the band, with The Mis-Made announced as MusicOz finalists so the girls will be hitting the red carpet at the Enmore Theatre on the 26th October.

Support for this special night at the Lismore City Hall comes from the amazing Valhalla Lights & local band Atomic Monkey Chunks.

Based on the far north coast of N.S.W, Valhalla Lights are a juggernaut of heavy riffs, coupled with the soaring and angelic but powerful melodies of Ange. VL encapsulates volume, with a live show punishing the stage with an intense wall of melodic sound.

2015 saw the release of VL’s debut album, Krypton which was created posthumously using the pre-production vocal recordings of the band’s first vocalist, Phoebe Black, who had tragically passed away just days before the band was to enter the studio. The release of Krypton was charged with emotion for all involved and the band created film clips for, Lights Out.

In May 2015 Valhalla Lights supported the Baby Animals and The Superjesus at the Tivoli in Brisbane and received a massive crowd response to their energetic and melodic live show. 2016 has seen the release of their brand new album ‘My Gracious Highway’, the band’s first album with vocalist Ange Saul. My Gracious Highway’ is a slow release album with one track being digitally released per month on the first day of every month for all of 2016, and a final track on 31st December 2016 to make a whole year of Valhalla Lights.

Atomic Monkey Chunks were formed in the hearts of a few young kids just living life. Times were tough around 1989 when Marx Saunders and Tristan Cheles first met whilst living at a caravan park in northern New South Wales, Australia. It wasn't long before they started to express their musical interests by listening to their parents records and recording their own radio shows on Tristan's Walkman. Tristan's father being a talented bassist and Marx, having three learning guitarists in the immediate family, decided to take up bass and drums respectively. Around 1994, the boys met Bede Ivett in Pizza hut at Lismore. Saunders and Ivett had immediate personality clashes, but with true teenage diplomatic style, they came to become life long friends.