The band have been through some serious shit since they were last here.
For the first time in over six years, Australian audiences are getting a chance to catch Ohio emo-rockers Hawthorne Heights as they embark on a tour of small Australian clubs this December.
Since they last visited us in 2006, the band has been through some brutal shit, including finding their rhythm guitarist Casey Calvert dead on their tour bus and getting into an ugly court battle with Victory Records and being sued by Wild Justice Records.
But what really matters is the music and the band are currently on Hopetheir second of three EPs that makes up a trilogy of releases that will be completed before long. On the back of this record and with a whole heap of awesome material from the past up their sleeve, the band head back to Australia in a couple of months for a whole bunch of shows, all of which are detailed below.
They will be joined by Sienna Skies on all dates.
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Friday 7 December - Black Market, Adelaide
Saturday 8 December - Bang, Melbourne
Sunday 9 December - Pelly Bar, Frankston
Wednesday 12 December - The Basement, Canberra
Thursday 13 December - Hot Damn, Sydney
Friday 14 December - Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle 18+
Saturday 15 December - Kuripa Hall, Brisbane (afternoon, all ages show)
Saturday 15 December - Thriller Brisbane
Sunday 16 December - Shark Bar Gold Coast