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Girls Pissing on Girls Pissing & Young Hellions - Tour

Girls Pissing on Girls Pissing & Young Hellions - South Island Tour

What has playfully been called "Operation Girls Pissing on Young Hellions" is now a reality - no more enigmatic posts on Facebook or Twitter. Girls Pissing on Girls Pissing and Young Hellions are making their return (or in the latter's case, debut) to the South Island later this month!

GPOGP have been on a roll throughout 2014, with audiences swelling at each show and interest once again in the "pop banger", A Fraud Abroad, since the release of the music video. With less audible gasps upon stating their name to people, we welcome the advent of their follow up to "Eeling" later this year.

Young Hellions (a.k.a Maeve Munro) has also managed to carve a neat little following throughout 2014 also. The release of a self-titled EP through MUZAI/Flying Out managed to earn a solid review with The Corner (no really) and also manage to chart in the Top 10's of 95bFM, RadioActive, Radio 1 and RDU.

Coming along also, albeit not as far as the everyone else, is Christchurch's neo-goth (we think?) band Log Horn Breed, because it just makes sense to have them on the tour. Mmkay?

CHRISTCHURCH: June 26th 2014 - darkroom, St Asaph Street (free show)
DUNEDIN: June 28th 2014 - Chick's Hotel, Port Chalmers ($10)

Girls Pissing on Girls Pissing - Facebook
Young Hellions - Facebook
Log Horn Breed - Facebook

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