As of September 9, 2016, Melbourne slacker-pop quintet Scott & Charlene’s Wedding are set to release their third full-length record, the aptly titled Mid Thirties Single Scene.
Six years since the release of Craig Dermody’s original ode to moving furniture and cold Melbourne winters, S&CW have become an international institution, playing across the USA, Europe and Japan, while managing to secure themselves a spot at Glastonbury Festival, amongst others.
The band have since re-settled in Melbourne and recorded this, their new testament to life off the rails, rapidly careening toward middle age. The winters are still the same, the furniture just as heavy.
To celebrate the release of ‘Don’t Bother Me’, the first single from Mid Thirties Single Scene, Scott & Charlene’s Wedding are heading on a rollicking tour Up the Guts of Australia. Catch them in your town, or drive 300km’s to the middle of nowhere for the night of your life.
22/07 – Brisbane Hotel, Hobart
23/07 – Royal Oak, Launceston
24/07 – Butter Factory, Burnie
25/07 – The Gasometer, Melbourne
26/07 – Golden Vine, Bendigo
27/07 – Bridge Hotel, Castlemaine
28/07 – The Loft, Warrnambool
29/07 – Shadows, Mt. Gambier
30/07 – The Exeter, Adelaide
31/07 – Spencer Hotel, Whyalla
03/08 – Desert Cave, Coober Pedy
04/08 – Monte’s, Alice Springs
05/08 – Jackson’s Bar, Tennant Creek
06/08 – Grove Hill Hotel, Katherine
07/08 – Railway Hotel, Darwin