Sydney bands Step Panther and Bearhug have just announced they will be teaming up for special Spunk records joint album tour.

Bearhug have announced their New Arrivals tour to celebrate the release for new album So Gone. They’ll be touring their new record, which was produced by Owen Penglis from Straight Arrows and recorded at his own Goliath Professional Studios in Sydney.

It’s a double-or-nothing show with Sydney shred-heads Step Panther, who are also releasing their debut album Strange But Nice. Step-Panther’s album was produced by Tom Iansek from Big Scary, and recorded at his own Mixed Business studios in Melbourne. The ‘New Arrivals’ Co-Headline Tour will make in stops in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Wollongong in late November and early December.

The two bands have been admirers of eachother from  far for a very long time, already having attempted  to tour together in the past. The band’s albums So Gone and Strange But Nice were both released on September 19th via Spunk Records.


Catch the dates and ticketing below:

FasterLouder, Jerko, HUB, Spunk Records and Select Music present
“New Arrivals” Co-Headline Tour

Fri 21st November- SYDNEY – Goodgod Small Club
With Point Being
Tickets available from Moshtix

Sat 22nd November – BRISBANE – Trainspotters
With Hound, Tape/Off and Chicks Who Love Guns
Tickets available on the door.

Thurs 27th November- MELBOURNE – Shebeen
With Reptiles
Tickets available from Shebeen

Fri 28th November- ADELAIDE – Cats at Rocket Bar
Supports announced soon.
Tickets available on the door.

Sun 7th December – WOLLONGONG – Wombarra Bowling Club
Supports announced soon.
Tickets available from Yours and Owls