Binge Worthy ft:  Butterfingers
Binge Worthy ft:  Butterfingers
New World Artists

Binge Worthy ft: Butterfingers

Solbar (Maroochydore, QLD)
Saturday, 18 July 2020 6:00 PM
4 days away
18 Plus
Hip Hop

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Gigs are back, and this time, it's personal.

This winter, coming to a Solbar near you, 2020s most binge-worthy series of gigs is the hottest sh*t since we kicked COVID to the curb.

After months in iso, we've binged on hours of netflix, we're tired of tiktok, and there's no longer a porn flick in existence that can surprise us, we've seen it all.

It's time to crawl back into the cold new world and take back the weekends with the volume cranked to max. Now we're bringing on live, loud gigs.

*All tickets include two drinks*

SEASON 1 - EPISODE 5 : BUTTERFINGERS

It’s official, Butterfingers give you more bang for your buck than a discount fireworks expo!

These Brisbane misfits have been busy shocking and stadium rocking the Australian masses for years - selling beats by the pound and blasting through the boundaries of rock n’ roll the only way they know how.

These guys consistently mix up genres and styles in order to create a balanced chaos of hip hop, punk rock, electro and dub all packaged with fun and shameless appeal.

Proudly led by singer/songwriter “Evil” Eddie Jacobson, Butterfingers were born from a brazen act of ridiculousness. An accident waiting to happen. From these humble beginnings in Brisbane it wasn’t long until the band got their shit together and started releasing music to the masses backed by constant touring and a media frenzy.

In 2004 their debut album “Breakfast At Fatboys” remained in the top 10 of the Independent charts for well over a year and gained the band an Aria nomination for best Independent release.

In keeping with the bands hard work ethic, “Fatboys” was followed by almost 2 years of constant touring including main stage performances at the Big Day Out and countless festival gigs all over the country.

With a new found vigor and a swag of new material, Butterfingers are officially back in the saddle and continuing to bend genres and the boundaries of good taste with a rare blend of obscenity, wit and charm. True to form, the new album Bad News encompasses hip hop, punk, reggae, drum & bass, stoner rock, electronica and just about anything that makes you want to shake your bones, into a cohesive mash-up all of their own creation. From potty-mouthed gutter rhymes to heartfelt crooning odes to love lost, this is an album that will keep old fans happy and will entice new followers at an alarming rate.