Cub Sport's run of excellent videos continues with neon-dreamin' clip for Good Guys Go

Cub Sport's run of excellent videos continues with neon-dreamin' clip for Good Guys Go

Their massive Australian tour kicks off in WA on February 22nd.

Cub Sport were arguably the biggest success story out of Australian music in 2017. Their album Bats met everyone's expectations and them some, they played a heap of shows and festivals, and basically won the hearts of the entire country. Along the way they released some stellar video clips, and they kick off 2018 in similar fashion with this new video for Good Guys Go. Directed by Joe Agius, the video is a dark neon dream, very remiscient of 2016 film The Neon Demon, directed by Nicolas Winding Refn.

It's the perfect precursor to their Australian tour which kicks off February 22 at Jack Rabbit Slim's in Perth - check the full run of dates down the bottom, as they've announced a few new shows to try and cope with demand:

TOUR DATES:

Thu 22 Feb - Jack Rabbit Slim's, Perth (NEW SHOW)

Fri 23 Feb - Jack Rabbit Slim's, Perth (SOLD OUT)

Sat 24 Feb - Fat Controller, Adelaide

Sat 3 Mar - The Corner, Melbourne (SOLD OUT)

Sun 4 Mar - The Corner, Melbourne (U18 Matinee)

Sun 4 Mar - The Corner, Melbourne (SOLD OUT)

Mon 5 Mar - The Corner, Melbourne (NEW SHOW)

Sat 10 Mar - The Triffid, Brisbane (SOLD OUT)

Sun 11 Mar - The Triffid, Brisbane (AA, NEW SHOW)

Sat 17 Mar - The Metro, Sydney (SOLD OUT)

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