Premiere: Pat Chow drink the kool-aid in Bad Thoughts

Premiere: Pat Chow drink the kool-aid in Bad Thoughts

And they've got a huge run of shows coming this November.

Perth rockers Pat Chow are on one at the moment. They've just celebrated the release of their new album Are You Okay? - which has been garnering plaundits from around the country. And now the trio are ready to hit the old dusty trail for a pretty hectic tour of the country, kicking off very appropriately at this weekend's WAM Festival as part of the Sunday Best free show program down in Fremantle. But first, check out this rad video clip for the album's lead single, Bad Thoughts. A highlight from the LP, the John McGovarin-directed video clip follows the trio's journey down a dark and trippy-as-hell path as they're lured into some kinda weird cult, one that's home base appears to be your local bowls club. It's one of the year's best clips we've seen come out of WA, and we hope you enjoy it below, followed by that run of tour dates:

PAT CHOW ARE YOU OKAY? TOUR DATES:

Nov 8 - The Newport, Fremantle

Nov 11 - The Bearded Lady, Brisbane

Nov 12 - Frankie's Pizza, Sydney

Nov 13 - The Old Bar, Melbourne

Nov 14 - The Metro, Adelaide

Nov 21 - Ampliifer, Perth

Nov 26 - Prince Of Wales, Bunbury

Nov 27 - Riverside Hotel, Northam

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