Flickertail begin UK Tour

Flickertail, Sydney’s finest single malt rock and roll export, are beyond excited to announce their imminent arrival on foreign shores. Following rave reviews for debut EP ‘Hurry Up and Wait’, the boys are packing their Beatle boots, denim shirts and searing guitar harmonies into budget-friendly carry on baggage and departing for the UK.

Flickertail will be appearing at the following dates in October:
13/10 Oxjam sowerby bridge festival Manchester
14/10 The Spinning Top, Stockport
15/10 Fiddler’s Elbow, London
18/10 The Dog and Whistle, Hertford
20/10 Victoria Bikers’ Pub, Leicester
21/10 Fab Cafe, Manchester
24/10 Trillian’s, Newcastle
25/10 Service Station bar, Hull
26/10 Alma Inn, Bolton
28/10 Mulberry Tavern, Sheffield
30/10 Market Bar, Inverness

Don’t miss the incendiary live show carefully honed in Australia’s back yards, booze dens, and stages shared with acts as diverse as Supersuckers, Zak Starkey, The Casanovas, and Buffalo.

About Flickertail:
A four-headed Irish-Australian outfit hailing from Sydney’s Inner West, Flickertail (formerly The Bitter Sweethearts) play guitar-fuelled rock’n roll exactly the way it’s supposed to be played. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Thin Lizzy, The Darkness, and Oasis, the band honed their sound in the garages and booze dens of Sydney before hitting the road in 2015 to showcase their unique sound at every pub, club and backyard along Australia’s eastern coast.
Since their inception, the band have played relentlessly and are reaping the rewards. 2014’s single The End received airplay on Triple M and regional radio throughout New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, whilst Guinness is Thicker than Blood has been played everywhere from Bendigo to Brisbane. The tail end of 2015 saw the band landing coveted opening slots with Aussie rock heroes Buffalo and Sarah McLeod on top of endless sweaty shows with local legends Black Aces, The Lockhearts, and Foreign Kings.  2016 saw them take their infamous zero-bullshit live show on the road once more, supporting the likes of The Casanovas and US juggernaut The Supersuckers.