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Cosmic Psychos Announce Auckland Show

Cosmic Psychos Announce Auckland Show

Tuesday 17th January, 2017 9:23AM

In addition to their headlining slot at this year's Woodcock Festival, Australian blue collar scallywags Cosmic Psychos have lined up a show for Auckland - and as a cherry on top they will be joined by Melbourne four-piece jangle pop group Swim Team as well as some great local supports. Here are the details...

Cosmic Psychos
With Swim Team (MELB), Hex, Bloodbags, and The Beths
Friday 17th February, Whammy Bar, Auckland

Tickets available HERE at UTR and in-store at Flying Out

Here's the video for 'Better, Not Bitter' from the Cosmic Psychos...

And here is Swim Team with 'Are You Forgetting Something?' from their new EP Holiday...


Cosmic Psychos, Swim Team, Hex, Bloodbags & The Beths live at Whammy Friday 18th February.

From Melbourne City punk rock band COSMIC PSYCHOS are jumping the ditch this January and we are lucky enough to snag them for a headlining show at Whammy Bar the night before they play Woodcock 2017, with support from a bloody ripper of a line up!

Chicks That Scream & Whammy present:

Cosmic Psychos, Swim Team, HEX, Bloodbags & The Beths live at Whammy! Friday 18th February. Tickets on sale from

The Melbourne trio COSMIC PSYCHOS have nine studio albums under their belts since forming in 1977. “I think the Cosmic Psychos were a band that was highly influential on the Seattle so called grunge scene. I know that Kurt and Nirvana were fans, they played shows with Pearl Jam. Even thou the Cosmic Psychos never had the commercial impact or success that those bands had, they were still a major influence on them, and I think a lot of it had to do with the spirit and the sound of their music. BUTCH VIG – Producer (Nirvana – Nevermind)

The Melbourne-based four-piece SWIM TEAM have gained a dedicated following since emerging in early 2015, thanks to their ability to weave crunchy pop with luscious melodies. 'Holiday', Swim Team’s debut release, is a collection of songs dominated by bold self-reliance, bruised romanticism, and a palpable sense of frustration, building a sound heavily influenced by the 90s inflections of lo-fi indie and jangly pop. Their lightly-harmonized garage lullabies paint a sonic landscape brighter than the January sun.

Supported by a hefty line-up of local acts: HEX, BLOODBAGS & THE BETHS.


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