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CIVIC to Embark on First US Tour and Shares “Beasts of…

CIVIC to Embark on First US Tour and Shares “Beasts of…

Punk band CIVIC brings their Australian sound to the US

Introducing CIVIC

CIVIC, a four-piece punk band hailing from Melbourne, Australia is making their way to the United States for the first time. Known for their raw and energetic sound, CIVIC is set to captivate American audiences with their fast-paced punk tunes.

Formed in 2018, the band has already made a huge impact on the Australian punk scene. Consisting of frontman Jim McCullough, guitarist Darcy Grigg, bassist Roland Hlavka, and drummer Lewis Hodgson, the band’s unique sound draws inspiration from early punk and post-punk bands like Wire, The Wipers, and Devo.

Their First US Tour

CIVIC’s first-ever US tour kicks off in May, and the band is already excited to share their infectious sound with American audiences. The tour includes stops in New York City, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, and Chicago, amongst others. The band is set to bring their high-energy performances to well-renowned venues such as The Empty Bottle in Chicago and Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right.

The tour is in support of their debut album, “Future Forecast,” which was released in late 2020 to excellent reviews from both fans and critics. The album consists of ten tracks that showcase the band’s unique style and impressive musicianship.

Beasts of No Nation

In anticipation of their US tour, CIVIC recently shared a new video for their single “Beasts of No Nation.” This catchy track has an infectious guitar riff that will have you tapping your feet, while the lyrics speak to the current state of global affairs.

The music video for “Beasts of No Nation” is just as striking as the song itself. Filmed in black and white and directed by Defero Productions, it features footage of the band performing live interspersed with scenes of suburban Australia.

Final Thoughts

CIVIC’s first US tour is not one to miss. Their unique take on punk and post-punk is sure to captivate audiences across the country. With the release of “Future Forecast” and their latest single “Beasts of No Nation,” the band has shown once again why they’re one of the most exciting punk acts to emerge from Australia in recent years. Don’t miss your chance to catch them on their first-ever US tour.

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Written by Dustin Gandoff

Dustin Gandoff is a news reporter and bourbon enthusiast. He has been writing about bourbon for the past five years, and has become an expert in the field. He has traveled to distilleries all over the world to learn more about the craft and to sample some of the finest bourbons available. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge and experience with others, and is always looking for new ways to explore the world of bourbon.

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