Seminal SoCal pop punk band Unwritten Law include Duncraig show in anniversary tour

Scott Russo of Unwritten Law. Picture: Jerod Harris/Getty Images
Scott Russo of Unwritten Law. Picture: Jerod Harris/Getty Images

SOUTHERN California punk rockers Unwritten Law released their self-tiled album, also known as The Black Album, 20 years ago.

To celebrate the milestone, the band is returning Australia to play the album that featured songs like Cailin, Lonesome and Teenage Suicide from start to finish.

Fans will also be treated to tunes from their back catalogue with songs like Seeing Red, Up All Night and She Says sure to make an appearance on such an occasion.

The 16-date tour features a range of venues, with two shows for Perth.

They will perform at the Rosemount Hotel in North Perth on February 20 before taking the stage at the more intimate The Carine in Duncraig on February 21.

Lending their support at The Carine will be Kerb and Blindspot.

Tickets for ages 18+ from www.oztix.com.au.

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