Premiere: Watch Tired Lion rock out proper in a live clip for Suck

Premiere: Watch Tired Lion rock out proper in a live clip for Suck

Tired Lion celebrate their signing to UK's X-Ray Touring with a cracking tour clip.

After releasing the first single I Don’t Think You Like Me off their sophomore Figurine EP earlier this year, WA rockers Tired Lion have taken all before them including Splendour In The Grass, the Channel V Discover competition and the triple j airwaves. Along the way they've supported the likes of Gyroscope, The 1975, Kingswood and more, and now comes news they've signed to the UK's X-Ray Touring roster, joining such Aussies as Bad//Dreems, Courtney Barnett, Hilltop Hoods and The Creases, to go with international heavyweights like The Pixies and My Bloody Valentine.

And today we're very happy to jump on board the steam train that is Tired Lion and premiere a new live video filmed at a recent sold-out show in Amplifier Bar, filled with stage diving, water spitting, crowd surfing, blow-up toys and more, it gives you a pretty great idea of what the fuss is all about, and why this band is one to make sure you get out and see at one of the dates listed after the clip:

TOUR DATES:

Poison City Weekender:

Sat 5 Sep – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne VIC

Paradise Festival:

27-29 Nov – Lake Mountain Alpine Resort, Marysville VIC

Supporting British India:

Fri 20 Nov - HQ Complex, Adelaide

Sat 21 Nov- The Metro, Sydney

Fri 27 Nov - The Forum, Melbourne

Festival Of The Sun:

11-12 Dec – Sundowner Breakwall Park, Port Macquarie NSW

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