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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


Plus, they're going on tour!

Image: Samuel Graves.

Teenage Joans have unveiled their hotly-anticipated EP, Taste Of Me!

Bringing their infectious brand of indie-rock to the five-track release, Taste Of Me features the singles Ice Cream and Something About Being Sixteen. The duo have also announced their debut national tour, following on from their support slots with The Bugs and Amy Shark.

One half of the indie-punk duo, Tahlia Borg shares: “This EP is super special to us, it's like our little baby! we've been sitting on these songs for so long and have worked so hard during our practices and live performances to get them where they are now. A few of the songs are some of the first songs we ever wrote together and we are so excited for them to be out in the world!”

Cahli Blakers adds: “We recorded Taste Of Me at House of Sap with the legend that is Jarred Nettle. We had such an amazing experience with him, he really took care of these songs and our stories, and by the end of the process the studio just felt like our second home.”

The duo are currently on tour with The Bugs, and are set to join Amy Shark next month, before embarking on their own national headline tour. Kicking off in Brisbane on July 17, the tour will continue on to Newcastle, Sydney, Wollongong and Melbourne, before wrapping up in Adelaide on August 7.

Since bursting onto the scene, the duo have released a string of singles and gone on to share the stage with the likes of Ruby Fields, The Hard Aches, Clowns, Towns and Bec Stevens, and secured a spot at Laneway Festival 2019 as part of the Girls Rock! Showcase. The duo performed a sold-out debut headline show before winning the "South Australian Best Live Act" in the 2019 National Live Music Awards.

Taste of Me is out now!


Saturday 17 July / The Brightside, Brisbane

Thursday 22 July / Cambridge Warehouse, Newcastle

Saturday 24 July / Crowbar, Sydney

Sunday 25 July / La La La’s, Wollongong

Friday 30 July / The Tote, Melbourne

Saturday 7 August / Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide


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