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Sunk Loto Have Announced A National Tour And Their New Bassist

Sunk Loto have announced dates for an October tour this year around Australia with Cog. Sunk Loto are currently working on their next album, and plan to be in the studio late this year. The band, who has recently added Rob Kaay (ex-Fullscale) to their ranks as bassist, regretfully promises to tour Western Australia as soon as possible as they are unable to make it there this time around. Dates for the tour are as follows:

Oct 04 8:00pm - Sodens Hotel Albury, NSW
Oct 05 8:30pm - peninsula lounge mornington peninsula, VIC
Oct 06 8:30pm - the palace melbourne, VIC
Oct 07 8:30pm - karova lounge ballarat, VIC
Oct 08 8:00pm - HQ adelaide, SA
Oct 11 8:00pm - bar on the hill, newcastle uni newcastle, VIC
Oct 12 8:00pm - uni bar, wollongong uni wollongong, NSW
Oct 13 8:00pm - blacktown rsl blacktown, NSW
Oct 14 8:00pm - coogee bay hotel coogee, NSW
Oct 19 8:00pm - Plantation Hotel Fortitude Valley
Oct 20 8:00pm - the arena brisbane, QLD
Oct 21 8:00pm - hotel great northern byron bay, NSW
Oct 22 8:00pm - coolongatta hotel gold coast, QLD
Oct 26 8:00pm - Beachcomber Hotel Toukley
Oct 27 8:00pm - Mona Vale Hotel Mona Vale

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1. Skript writes:

Then it's not an Australian tour then is it lol

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2. psythe writes:

not really, no - I was tempted to say something to that effect in the article, but you kinda gotta keep your opinions out of it and sh**.

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