Anyone else been vibing literally EVERYTHING that Between You and Me are thrown at us this year so far? I’m not kidding, but I reckon ‘Butterflies’ is one of the most underrated songs released in pop punk this year. Hearing it live should be an absolute treat next year — what’s that? Yeah, you heard me. The Melbourne-based pop punkers have just unveiled the Australian ‘Armageddon’ Album Tour. Heck yeah, and good news for all you West Coast Aussies, you’ve been included on this tour too!
The boys will kick off the tour on February 10, 2022 in the nation’s capital, heading up and down the east coast hitting Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne before jetting across the country to Adelaide and finishing up in Fremantle.
Between You and Me – Armageddon Album Tour Australia 2022
Thursday 10th February – UC Hub – Canberra, ACT
Friday 11th February – La La La’s – Wollongong, NSW
Saturday 12th February – Hamilton Station Hotel – Newcastle, NSW
Sunday 13th February – The Brightside – Brisbane, QLD
Thursday 17th February – Oxford Art Factory – Sydney, NSW
Friday 18th February – Corner Hotel – Melbourne, VIC
Saturday 19th February – Jive – Adelaide, SA
Sunday 20th February – Mojo’s – Fremantle, WA
With their highly anticipated album, Armageddon, slated to drop next month on November 19, the band have also just dropped fourth single ‘Change’ over the weekend. Their latest track is a slight change of pace for the upbeat pop punk outfit, with ‘Change’ seeing the guys reflect on the world’s everchanging state and the lack of activity from certain political leaders. You can definitely hear the affluent 90s alternative/rock vibe on this, and if you’re a pop punk addict like myself, you may also hear a similar feel to what Canadian pop punks Seaway did with their latest record, Big Vibe last year.
Between You and Me’s new album Armageddon will be released on November 19 via Hopeless Records.
Words by Tamara May @citylightstam
Pre-order Armageddon here
Between You and Me – Armageddon tracklisting:
1. Pleased To Meet You
7. Real World
8. Better Days
9. Go To Hell (feat. Yours Truly)