The Antihero tour is slated to be an iconic experience for Huskii fans who will get to connect withthe artist through an intimate run of shows. With some of the most loyal fans in Australia, Huskii’searned unanimous respect from both peers and critics alike. "I do cut my self off from a wideraudience, but the fans who can relate become my family," he says. "You either get it, or youdon't."A rare performer, this will be the first official Huskiitour and his first live appearance in over twoyears. Expect to hear underground classics like Maybe It’s Me, Body The Booth, 4 Days in theTrap and Servo, as well as the refined sound developed on Antihero. "We pushed the music inthe exact direction my whole discography has been leading up to," he says. "When it drops, you'llfeel like you found the last piece of the puzzle."You can look forward to seeing Huskii live alongside a mix of emerging and OG heavy hitters, fullline up coming in January.