Watch a mini-doco from Violent Soho's recent WACO tour

Watch a mini-doco from Violent Soho's recent WACO tour

Some characteristically loose insights from the whole gang.

"If someone told me, like, years ago that we'd be touring and playing these fucken' venues with DZ, who took us on our first tour ever, and Soho, who are my favourite band and The Gooch Palms, I'd just kick 'em in the fucken' dick and be like 'Get fucked, cunt'." As you can probably tell from Dune Rats' bassist Brett Jansch's sentiments, all of the bands involved with Violent Soho's recent WACO Tour were pretty stoked to be a part of the fun. The tour, celebrating the release of Soho's massive fourth record WACO, was the band's biggest to date; covering 10 dates throughout May at some of the largest venues on offer in all Australian major cities. If you weren't lucky enough to make it out to one of the shows, or maybe you were and just want to relive the special time that it was, check out all of the excitement and debauchery in the six and a half minute mini-doco the band has just released.

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