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Sydney Punks Grenade Jumper Are Going On Tour

24 November 2022 | 11:27 am | Mary Varvaris
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Catch the band play in January 2023!

(Pic by Pat O'Hara)

Sydney pop-punk band Grenade Jumper are going on an East Coast tour promoting their latest single, Do You Remember?, in January and February 2023. The group will be joined by "Melbourne-based crybabies" Damaged Goods Club and Cheap Date, AKA "4 straight dudes and a gay girl", with local acts joining the fun on each show.

Grenade Jumper are Bianca Davino (vocals and rhythm guitar), Max Jacobson (lead guitar), Lukas Sikes-Gerogiannis (bass), and Dean Fernance (drums). The Do You Remember? Tour is the band's first-ever headline run, which is very exciting news for fans who have been following Grenade Jumper's upward trajectory. 

The group are greatly looking forward to playing new material on this tour, writing, "we can't wait to play you everything we've been working on & spend our summer with you all, see you soooo soon," on social media. 

Grenade Jumper returned in September this year with Do You Remember? Featuring John Floreani of Trophy Eyes in the pop-punk anthem of our dreams. 

The band are triple j Unearthed favourites, with users writing, "I can imagine this song as a pre-teen like listening to coming back to the song years later and finding it even more relevant," "One of the best tracks around right now. Grenade Jumper sounding effortless and John Floreani on the feature to bring it that extra oomph. Could not get any better. Love it," and "The feature from Trophy Eyes' John is an eye-grabber but Grenade Jumper flex their own star power too with a super clean and hooky sound that proves their pop-punk credentials."

Tickets for the Sydney show are on sale, with the Melbourne and Brisbane dates billed as free entry. All shows 18+.

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