Supported by Tuppaware Party + Good Lekker + The Zilzies

FRI 23 NOV @ 7:30PM

$15.00 + BF
(02) 9550 3666
Concert Mode - General Admission Standing
On sale now @ The Factory Theatre
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Coming off the back of two #1’s on Triple J Unearthed’s Overall Charts and a wild, yet successful debut tour in April, four-piece indie ensemble Pacific Avenue have knuckled down over the Winter and hit the studio to bring you their brand new single Excuse Me.

Being the fifth single in their time, “Excuse Me” is the first instalment of an upcoming debut EP. It captures a new period of the boys’ lives as they step into a stage of independence and experience the relationships that come with. Singer Harry O’Brien takes a moment to dissect the band’s latest single, sharing a behind-the-scenes point of view. “Excuse Me” was one to come out of my love song phase. With all of us living together for the first time, there was a lot of love in the air and needless to say, a lot of music. The meaning of the song is largely about flirting with the boundaries of dating and misreading the signs of what’s going on. It was easier to write a song I thought, as this could have helped in figuring things out. The song was rolling around in my head for a bit, and it really came to life with the band, so it’s as much a love song to Pacific Avenue than it is about a girl.”

The band is holding a single launch party at The Fuse Box on Friday 23rd November, supported by Tuppaware Party, Good Lekker and The Zilzies.