Augie March set out on the road through May in support of the new album, Bootikins, for their first run in donkeys yonks. Expect all the new but a good dose of the old from their now sprawling back catalogue. It has been said of AM that had they made normal length records instead of the kind that take 3 days in real time to finish, they'd rival the Stones for output. Maybe, maybe not, but one thing is for sure, they've made some long albums. See them virtually match the vitality and swagger of the present day Stones at a venue near you, or some inconvenient distance from you.
Joining Augie March for both Mojos dates is Perth-local Davey Craddock who has chosen these two auspicious nights to launch his own new album One Punch. Davey’s second album is messy. There’s blood on the pavement, helicopters overhead and a racist shouting over the fence. There are no country songs. There are no love songs. There’s a bomb.