Butterfingers are back, heading to the Mountains with new tour!
After a 10-year hiatus, Butterfingers have returned, with a loaded arsenal of fresh new genre-defying beats. The ARIA-award nominated
hip-hop group will be hitting the road once again to ignite audiences with an explosive new national tour, beginning
in March before landing in Sydney in April.
The rappers aren’t letting us mountain folk down either, with the national tour set to stop in at Katoomba’s Gearin Hotel on Friday, 6th of April.
Butterfingers splashed back onto the scene last year at the Mountain Goat Valley Crawl – a fitting way for the group to re-emerge onto
the industry with a new batch of killer tunes. Their recently released new single “Bullet To The Head”, is generating all-the-right-kinds
About the track... In typical Butterfingers fashion, "Bullet To The Head" crosses over multiple genres (hip hop, punk, rock, electro) and resists the tendency to be
typecast or put into a box. The track is a blistering hot, venomous reaction to the stress of modern life.
Check it out below,
Brisbane-based, Butterfingers has been creating their own independent brand of mixed-genre hip-hop since their debut album back in 2003, titled, “Breakfast at Fatboys”.
The album was a progressive step forward in the Aussie hip-hop scene with hits "Everytime" and "I Love Work" reaching No. 38 and
No. 15 in the Triple J Hottest 100.
Butterfingers ‘Big Night Out’ Tour
When: Friday, 6th of April @ The Gearin Hotel, Katoomba