Red Hill Auditorium is set to host a big show on Saturday, March 3 which includes 90s favourites The Living End, Spiderbait, Veruca Salt and The Lemonheads.
The Living End released their self-titled debut album in 1998. It hit number one on the ARIA chart, spawning singalong anthems Prisoner Of Society, All Torn Down, Second Solution, West End Riot and Save The Day, beginning a chart domination that continued with Roll On, Pictures In The Mirror, What’s On Your Radio, Wake Up and White Noise. Their most recent album, last year’s Shift was their seventh ARIA Top 10 album.
Spiderbait have earnt themselves five Top 20 albums, two ARIA Awards and a massive number one in their track Black Betty. Earlier this year they embraced their past by playing in full their most popular album, Ivy And The Big Apples, home to the triple j Hottest 100 number one Buy Me A Pony. After doing a similar tour with You Am I, Something For Kate and Jebediah, the band are set to do it all again.
Veruca Salt’s hit Seether was one of the most loved rock songs of the 90s. The band toured with Hole and PJ Harvey and won critical acclaim for their album American Thighs. After breaking up in 1998, the original lineup reformed in 2013. They released their most recent effort, and fifth studio album Ghost Notes in 2015, which was their first album to feature the band’s original lineup since their 1997 release Eight Arms to Hold You.
The Lemonheads’ Evan Dando wrote much of the band’s breakthrough album, It’s A Shame About Ray, in Australia. Later, Come On Feel The Lemonheads followed and became the band’s first Top 20 album. Since then, Dando has been a regular visitor to Australia, both as a solo act and reactivating The Lemonheads. Expect to hear hits like Into Your Arms, Being Around, The Outdoor Type, The Great Big No, Rudderless, Big Gay Heart, Alison’s Starting to Happen and It’s A Shame About Ray.
The Living End, Spiderbait, Veruca Salt and The Lemonheads play Red Hill Auditorium on Saturday, March 3.