Hockey Dad announce extra shows on Blend Inn Album Tour; Listen to new single ‘I Wanna Be Everybody’

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Presented by triple j; Tickets on sale now

Listen to New Single ‘I Wanna Be Everybody’

After selling out their national album tour, and extra dates in Brisbane in Melbourne all within 24 hoursHockey Dad have announced they’ll be adding further dates to each stop, including all ages and under 18s shows. The band also dropped their latest single ‘I Wanna Be Everybody’, premiering on Good Nights with triple j, the latest taste of anticipated second album Blend Inn, out Friday, February 9 on Farmer & The Owl via Inertia Music. Tickets are available now via

Visiting capital cities this March, with Boat Show and Dear Seattle in tow, the 14 date, triple j presented tour will be the first time fans of all ages get to experience Blend Inn live. The band will be playing to full houses across Australia, including twice at The Metro Theatre in Sydney, four shows each in Melbourne’s The Corner Hotel and The Woolly Mammoth in Brisbane, plus two shows in each The Gov in Adelaide and Badlands in Perth.

‘I Wanna Be Everybody’ emerges as the infectious and surprisingly vulnerable pop-rock song that Summer was missing. On the track, Hockey Dad navigate themes of social anxiety amid the charged riffs, ever-confident vocals and punk-styled drums for which they’ve become synonymous. The single joins lead track and instant favourite ‘Homely Feeling’ on Blend Inn, and is set to have band rooms across the country united in a chorus of “I wanna be everybody, everybody / I just can’t be everybody, everybody”.

Where their 2016 debut album Boronia celebrated the long days of summers past and the sublime naivety of youth, Blend Inn is Zach Stephenson and Billy Fleming coming to us with more perspective after relentless touring took them far from the streets and waves of their hometown of Windang, NSW. 2017 saw them embark on sold-out national and regional tours, support Grinspoon for 25 dates, tour alongside Dune Rats and Wavves, and secure slots at Falls Festival Lorne and Splendour In The Grass. They toured New Zealand, Europe, the UK and most recently the US and Canada, showcasing at SXSW, headlining shows, and playing in iconic sold-out rooms in support of The Frights such as  Bowery Ballroom in New York, Lincoln Hall in Chicago and The Observatory in LA. Totalling an impressive 107 performances across 2017, they wrapped up with a final headline show to a sold-out, 250 strong crowd at  LA’s Bootleg Theatre.

Now, the two have returned to their piece of paradise which inspired the lyrics of ‘Homely Feeling’, recharged and ready to showcase the new material via their even-sharper live presence, before crossing the pond again in May for a headline show at The Lexington in London.

‘I Wanna Be Everybody’ is available on all platforms now. Blend Inn is available for pre-order now on all formats including limited edition coloured vinyl..

presented by triple j

With special guests Dear Seattle and Boat Show
Tickets on sale now via

Thursday, March 1 | Badlands, Perth
Friday, March 2 | Badlands, Perth **SOLD OUT**
Saturday, March 3 | The Gov, Adelaide**SOLD OUT**
Sunday, March 4 | The Gov, Adelaide (All Ages)
Thursday, March 8 | The Corner Hotel, Melbourne**SOLD OUT**
Friday, March 9 | The Corner Hotel, Melbourne**SOLD OUT**
Saturday, 10 March | The Corner Hotel, Melbourne (under 18’s matinee)
Friday, March 16 | Metro Theatre, Sydney**SOLD OUT**
Saturday, March 17 | Woolly Mammoth, Brisbane**SOLD OUT**
Sunday, March 18 | Woolly Mammoth, Brisbane (under 18s matinee)
Sunday, March 18 | Woolly Mammoth, Brisbane**SOLD OUT**
Monday, March 19 | Woolly Mammoth, Brisbane
Thursday, March 22 | The Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Sunday, March 25 | The Metro Theatre, Sydney (All Ages)


Hockey Dad
Blend Inn

1. My Stride
2. Homely Feeling
3. I Wanna Be Everybody
4. Danny
5. Join The Club
6. Whatever
7. Disappoint Me
8. Running Out
9. Stalker
10. Where I Came From
11. Sweet Release
12. Eggshells

Blend Inn by Hockey Dad is out February 9, 2018 on Farmer & the Owl via Inertia Music
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Featured Photo Credit : Joseph Crackett


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