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Outside of the land of the long white cloud, The Beths were somewhat of a well-kept secret up until about this time last year. With the release of their debut album, Future Me Hates Me, the Auckland band became an international commodity and one of the quickest rising indie-rock bands of 2018. They now have support slots with the likes of Death Cab for Cutie and Bloc Party under their belts, not to mention a string of sold-out gigs both at home and across the pond. Before all of that, though, Liz Stokes and Jonathan Pierce were just awkward indie kids trying to figure out where they fit in. They tell stories from all across their still-blossoming career here, before taking to the stage at the Lansdowne in Sydney.
The Beths are touring nationally in March and April, playing theatre shows with The Smith Street Band and headliner club shows with Jess Locke. All dates, information and tickets can be found at www.thebeths.com.
Follow The Beths on Twitter and Instagram: @lizstokedstokesFollow the podcast on Twitter: @BarBandsPodFollow David on Twitter: @DJYwritesSupport David and the podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/davidjamesyoung
This podcast was recorded on Gadigal land. It was edited, produced and mixed on Tharawal land.
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