“The Dandy Warhols are a lifestyle, not a performance; an intoxicating and unpredictable band” NME

Renowned for their epic live performances, both sonically and visually, The Dandy Warhols will return once again to Australia and New Zealand in April 2024! Australia hosts one of the band's largest and most devoted fan bases in the world, a relationship built upon since their inaugural tour back in 1998.

Melding psych-rock, power pop, and synth pop with a satirical, pop-art sensibility, The Dandy Warhols are as unique as they are pioneering. With a string of hits ingrained in pop culture including "Not If You Were the Last Junkie on Earth”, "Bohemian Like You”, “We Used To Be Friends”, they ruled the last years of the 90’s and were often cited as America’s answer to Brit Pop.

With over a quarter of a billion streams across 10 studio albums, six EPs, and 27 singles to date, the band are one of the most fundamental and influential rock acts of the 21st century gracing the stages at some of the worlds biggest festivals including Glastonbury, Meltdown Festival in the UK (where they were personally selected by none other than David Bowie), and locally hit the main stage at Splendour In the Grass.

The band’s new single “The Summer Of Hate” is 100% typical Dandy’s; that unmistakable groove, Courtney’s Lou Reed like croon, and an effortless psychedelic vibe that just oozes cool. Brooklyn Vegan describe the song as “a homage to the sounds of The Damned, The MC5, and The Stooges”.

The new album “Rockmaker” is set for March 2024 - just in time for the Australia & New Zealand tour for fans to hear new music plus all the fan faves.