Three classic albums over two nights.
US pop-punkers Say Anything have announced they'll be bringing their In Defense tour to Australia in 2018.
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of their seminal album, In Defense Of The Genre, the LA outfit will head to the country in February, for the first time in four years, for shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
Each city will be treated to two nights of action; the first will see Say Anything perform 2004's … Is A Real Boy and In Defense Of The Genre (disc one) and on the second night the band will play their 2009 self-titled LP and In Defense Of The Genre (disc two).
"Well, this should be the most epic series of shows we've ever put on in terms of the 'legacy' of our early work," frontman Max Bemis said.
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"I predict all-out catharsis in these intimate settings and an awesome experience losing myself in the narrative of each of these albums played in their entirety."
Tickets for all shows go on sale from 9am on Monday 11 December; for a look at all of the dates and venues, click on theGuide.