WAAX Announce national album tour

Ahead of the release of their second studio album At Least I’m Free available Friday, August 12, Brisbane rockers WAAX have announced a massive 22-date national album tour. Kicking off on in October, the four-piece will head across to WA for shows at Freo. Social, Fremantle, on Friday, November 11 and Prince Of Wales, Bunbury, on Saturday, November 12. 

“We cannot wait to see everyone out on the road, it’s going to be so special,” said front-woman Maz DeVita of the tour. “We didn’t get a chance to tour our last album so this one will make up for lost time! It will be a super exciting immersive world for our community to party in.”

This extensive tour follows on from their sold-out national Dangerous tour in April and May as well as recent dates as special guest for The Amity Affliction.

On At Least I’m Free, WAAX teamed up with the production team behind their debut breakout album Big Grief Bernard Fanning (Powderfinger) and Grammy Award-Winner Nick DiDia (Rage Against The Machine). The album features recent single Read Receipts, Most Hated Girl, Help Me Hell, and the Linda Perry co-write Dangerous, in addition to some fresh collaborations, including US rock superstar K.Flay on the standout No Doz.

WAAX  play Freo. Social on Friday, November 11 and Prince Of Wales on Saturday, November 12. Tickets are on sale now from www.waaxband.com

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