Waterparks ‘Property’ Australian Tour 2023 – Adelaide Lic AA
Thu 5 Oct @ 7:00 pm
Destroy All Lines & MDDN Presents
Property Australian Tour 2023
With very special guests
Thursday 5 October 2023
The Gov, Adelaide Lic AA
Doors open at 7:00 pm
Tickets On Sale Now
Today, genre-bending pop/rock trio Waterparks have announced their debut Australian headline tour for October in support of their brand new studio album ‘INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY’, out now on Fueled By Ramen. Joining the band on all dates will be special guests Lights for her FIRST EVER TIME in the country. Full tour details below.
For as much as Waterparks is a genre-busting collective of three friends who play music, hang out, and constantly flip the script, Waterparks really represents a bigger, dare we say, movement. The Houston trio— Awsten Knight [vocals, guitar], Otto Wood [drums], and Geoff Wigington [guitar]—have unassumingly brought vibrancy back to rock. (The only thing bolder than their melodies is whatever hair dye Awsten opted for this week!) Their strange magnetic pull has attracted a growing cohort of devoted fans who pack sold out shows, stream their songs like crazy, and have even elevated them to multiple Billboard charts.
The next era begins with the band’s fifth full-length and debut album for Fueled By Ramen, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.
Ahead of release, Waterparks debuted a slew of high-energy tracks, with the most recent “Real Super Dark” dropping in January. The track immediately kicks into high gear, with its heavy catharsis manifesting through jarring electronics, guttural screams, and an unexpectedly catchy chant. In October 2022, the group shared the incendiary “F*ck About It (feat Blackbear)”, following the confessional, diaristic “Self-Sabotage’ which was given a fresh take with a collaboration featuring Good Charlotte. “SELF-SABOTAGE” debuted after Waterparks’ debut single with Fueled by Ramen “Funeral Gray.” marking the three-piece entering their newest era – stepping into an elevated sound and enhanced aesthetic that builds upon their half a billion career streams. Their last album Greatest Hits also earned the no. 5 spot on the Billboard Rock and Alternative chart.