Thu, 16 Nov|
The Workers Club
The Treatment (UK) & Small Town Titans (USA) Co-Headline Tour Au 23
For the first time Headlining in Australia, UK Hard Rockers The Treatment and US Rockers Small Town Titans will play 6 Epic Shows across the country
Time & Location
16 Nov, 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm
The Workers Club, 51 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia
About the event
For the first time in Australia, Hard Life Touring is proud to present two of the best up and coming Hard Rock Bands from the Uk and USA this May!
The Treatment and Small Town Titans.
The Treatment, Formed in Cambridge England in 2008 and proudly fly the Flag of the NWOCR (New Wave Of Classic Rock) in the UK, Supporting some of the biggest names in Rock, Playing festival stages around the globe and headlining Countless Shows, for the first time they venture Down under to play a series of Head Line Shows in Australia. With 5 Studio Albums, the latest of Which, Waiting for Good luck was released in 2021 with great success and the boys come with hard hitting energy to show Australian Rock Fans what they are made of!
Joining them for the first time in Australia,
The Small Town Titans are an American rock n’ roll power trio from York, PA who love to constantly create, as well as play live. Gone is the notion that a rock band should only release 10 songs at a time every 2 years.
In a world where music fans crave new content constantly, the Small Town Titans aim to deliver their brand of art all of the time, drawing inspiration from a newer wave of rock bands such as Highly Suspect and Royal Blood, and rock legends such as the Foo Fighters, Audioslave, and Deep Purple.
Thanks to their efforts at taking matters into their own hands, STT can create and release songs, podcasts, live online concerts, and more with no rules. In a social media driven world, STT knows releasing quality, constant content is as important as playing great live shows. In November of 2018, the band’s cover of the Christmas song “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” went viral in a matter of days, leading to charting on various Billboard charts including Holiday Digital Song Sales, Rock Digital Song Sales, Emerging Artists, and reaching #5 on the Next Big Sound chart. The song also reached #2 on the iTunes Rock charts, only being surpassed by Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”. STT quickly found themselves achieving success, all on their own terms.