The femme punk powerhouse recently released their self-titled album.
Femme punk powerhouse outfit Glitoris recently released their self-titled album and wrapped up their Come And Say That To Our Faces tour. Today, they’ve shared an epic tour diary that you need to see to believe.
The band covers topics like femicide, climate change and the mistreatment of First Nations people, as well as their journey as an all-female band continually needing to fight for their place in the industry know how to let loose and have fun. Check out their tour diary below.
The Glitz with superstar Delfi Sorondo of The Maggie Pills, Gods Kitchen, Mornington.
Keven and Andrew with the Three Sisters, The Blue Mountains.
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Delfi (The Maggie Pills) and Keven loving on each other at The Barwon Club, Geelong.
Glitoris say stop the incarceration of children. Taken at Convenients in Perth.
The Glitz and Krispy sporting merch from The Maggie Pills and The Institute for Good Girls, Barwon Club, Geelong.
Andrew and Keven psyched AF for the first show of the ‘Come and Say That to Our Faces’ tour, Prince of Wales, Bunbury.
Sam Don Barber styling Keven’s CrimpHawk at Bad Luck in Brisbane. Whadda Babe.
Keven 007 with one of the best people, Sam Don Barber. Bad Luck in Brisbane.