Aussie punk-hop band, Bluejuice, will be waving goodbye to their fans and bring them a wicked final show throughout their Bluejuice – Retrospectable: The Farewell Tour.
Known to be “too straight for funk, too groovy for indie rock and too sweaty for pop”, the Sydney-based band has earned the enthusiasm of many fans for their critically acclaimed records such as the 2007 album, Problems. Bluejuice has also performed in a series of live shows throughout their career in the industry.
Breaking out in the music scene in 2001, they made a remarkable impression for their work ethic, rebellious image, pop appeal and stubborn inclination to yell straight into your face. After 13 years of notoriety in the music business, Bluejuice is now disbanding and ending their career as a band with a final farewell tour across Australia, along with the release of their new and final single, as well as a retrospective compilation of their hits. This final album Retrospectable, will combine all the chart-topping bits from their three albums, with some unheard and brand new tunes, and some surprise extra treats. This album will also feature the latest single, “I’ll Go Crazy”. The song is an upbeat guitar-driven tune co-written by lead singer Jake Stone with Alex Burnett of Sparkadia, and produced by Dann Hume of the rock band Evermore.
Following their Brisbane gig, the band will then head onto Coolangatta on 3 October for the Retrospectable: The Farewell Tour.
Fans will certainly miss seeing them perform together so make sure you don’t miss out this special tour. Here’s where you might see them perform your favourite Bluejuice tracks and relive their popular festival conquests.
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