Watch: Hoon - Propane

Watch: Hoon - Propane

Wollongong garage-punks deliver hard hitting new single ahead of national tour

It’s been a few years since Wollongong-based four-piece Hoon gave us their fun and frantic 17-minute album that was Hoon 2.0 back in 2019, and today they make their return in fine style with the intense vibes of Propane, alongside a national tour announce with the band hitting the road in August.

Bringing the best elements of early 90s punk with a healthy dose of grunge into present day, Propane packs big distorted guitars, a relentless rhythm section and surprisingly “sing-a-longable” gang vocals.

Propane comes with an incredibly fun music video, featuring a very tongue-in-cheek take on television infomercials and all manner of random “entertainment” from the perspective of a couch potato protagonist.

Of the track, vocalist Daniel Breda says “The song 'Propane' is a sarcastic stab at corruption, lies and war in big money, politics and media" while the video “is an irreverent and wry take on that idea to make a bit of joy and fun in an otherwise sad state."

Give it a watch and see below for all Hoon tour dates!

Hoon - Tour dates

Fri 5 August

Lulie Tavern, Melbourne

Sat 6 August

The Railyard, Tecoma

Fri 12 August

Vic on the Park, Sydney

Sat 13 August

Wollongong Youth Center

All Of Us (AA)

Sun 14 August

North Gong, Wollongong

Wed 17 August

Hamilton Station, Newcastle

Thur 18 August  

Vinnies Dive, Gold Coast

Friday 19 August

O’Skulligans, Brisbane

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