The Belligerents shoot for the (doggo-filled) stars in the video clip for Science Fiction

The Belligerents shoot for the (doggo-filled) stars in the video clip for Science Fiction

Their Australian tour kicks off in Perth this weekend.

One of the (many) highlights of this year's BIGSOUND back in September was a late night showing from Brissie rockers The Belligerents at the second night I OH YOU party. It was a blistering set that managed to keep the vibes high even though it was at a much later time than rock'n'roll bands usually play, and a good time was had by all in attendance. And you'll be able to have a good time with the band some time over the next few weeks as they head out on tour to celebrate the recent release of their debut album, Science Fiction. And they just dropped an epic new video for the LP's title track, a video which also serves as a sequel to their previous video clip for Flash, continuing the story of lead singer Lewis Stephenson's desperate search for a dog lost in space.

Check it out below, and catch 'em live at one of their upcoming dates, the full list of which you can check out down the bottom:

TOUR DATES:

Fri 20 Oct - Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth

Sat 21 Oct - Jive, Adelaide

Sat 28 Oct - Sol Bar, Sunshine Coast

Thu 2 Nov - UOW, Wollongong

Sat 4 Nov - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Thu 9 Nov - Transit Bar, Canberra

Fri 10 Nov - Howler, Melbourne

Sat 11 Nov - The Zoo, Brisbane

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