Guaranteed to get your blood racing

Sep 29, 20:00; Pumpehuset; 175kr

All the way from Down Under, these three guys with rock ‘n’ roll in their blood are stopping off in Copenhagen on their European tour.

Promoting their new album, Water for thirsty dogs, they are spreading the love – and their classic rock sounds – all over the continent.

They are no newcomers to the scene, having kicked off their career in 2011 with great success, going straight into the BBC rock album top ten.
But their new album – produced in Hollywood by Erik Reichers – beats everything they’ve done before, as do their shows.

Don’t miss out on a night of great music and fantastic energy.




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