FRENZAL RHOMB TAKES STEPS TO BATTLE LIVE MUSIC HESITANCY
The coronavirus and associated lockdowns have carved their torrid
path throughout the country, and left a music-loving populace
worried, wondering when it’s safe to once again smash their heads
in the general direction of blaring amplifiers and spitting musicians,
sinking their faces into the sweaty morass of a moshpit.
In line with advice from Chief Health Officer Doctor Lindemans,
Frenzal Rhomb has decided to take some concrete steps to tackle
live music hesitancy, legislating a raft of new gig dates.
The band is happy to announce the easing of musical restrictions
and opening of the band’s borders nationwide; the rollout will start
in south east Queensland just after Christmas, moving across NSW,
Victoria, South and Western Australia and the Northern Territory,
at pubs, clubs and mass music hubs like Spring Loaded, Full Tilt
Festival and Scene & Heard.
There is also a possibility that booster gigs may be added to the
rollout in the coming months.
While new variants of live music are spawning all the time, some
more likely than others to land you in hospital, our top health
officials agree this run of gigs will be exactly what the doctor