In celebration of their new single 'All My Friends Are Dead'.
Fans of the The Amity Affliction should get very excited because the group have just announced a massive regional tour in celebration of their new single All My Friends Are Dead.
The group will kick off 2020 with a run of shows starting at Dunsborough Tavern in Western Australia on 9 January, and then head to Fremantle, Hobart, Frankston, Torquay, Canberra, Wollongong, Newcastle, Coolangatta and Lake Kawana.
They will also head to Adelaide for the first time since 2017 for a show at the Bridgeway Hotel.
Frontman Joel Birch recently stopped by The Green Room With Neil Griffiths podcast to chat about the band's last album, Misery.
"I love it, but it was a divisive album," Birch told host Griffiths.
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"I feel like people were asking us to change when we did (2016 album) This Could Be Heartbreak... and we said when we were recording Misery, we were like, I bet you the same fucking people that are like, 'This sounds the same' are gonna be like, 'Oh my God, this is ridiculous, they've changed too much' and it's exactly what happened."
Tickets for the tour go on sale from 9am on Monday 7 October. Head to theGuide for all the info and check out the chat with Birch below.