Spray on Some Pants: Kisschasy Are Touring Australia in 2023

Kisschasy 2022

After a triumphant return at Good Things Festival last weekend, Aussie rockers Kisschasy are just getting warmed up. After playing a warm-up show in Collingwood, Melbourne a couple nights before the festival and then playing the three consecutive shows, the Victorians have now announced a full-ball Australian tour for May, 2023.

Playing more than just their 2005 seminal record United Paper People – as they did at GTF, this time it seems like the band will be throwing back across the catalogue of releases; oh and they’re likely coming to your city. Beyond the usual capital cities (including Adelaide and Perth), the ARIA multi-nominated group will also be hitting Canberra, Wollongong, Newcastle and Torquay, so as the title suggests, get ready to spray on some pants.

Commenting on the forthcoming tour, singer/songwriter/guitarist, Darren ‘Daz’ Cordeux says:

We’re really excited to breathe new life into these songs that we remain very proud of. It’s humbling that our fan base endures almost a decade after we hung up our instruments and it’s reminded us that we created something very special together; a body of work that has managed to stand the test of time. This tour is for those who still hold our songs dear and have been waiting since we closed that curtain in 2015. We can’t wait to see you again.”

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

Tickets here

Kisschasy Australian Tour

Kisschasy Australian Tour

Thursday, May 4
Princess Theatre

Friday, May 5
The Gov

Saturday, May 6

Wednesday, May 10
UC Hub

Thursday, May 11
Uni Bar

Friday, May 12
Metro Theatre

Saturday, May 13
Cambridge Hotel,

Thursday, May 18
Corner Hotel,

Friday, May 19
Torquay Hotel

Fans can get in early to grab their tickets via exclusive ticket pre-sale at

Pre-sale starts Thursday, December 8 @ 10am local time here

General public tickets will go on sale Tuesday, December 13 @ 10am local time.

Tickets here

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Co-editor at Wall of Sound and self-acclaimed deathcore connoisseur. My purpose is to expose you to the best emerging breakdowns and gutturals that this planet has to offer.