Brisbane indie rock trio Sweater Curse will launch their latest single Don’t Call Me at Brisbane’s Black Bear Lodge on 22 December, wrapping up their eight-date Australian East Coast music tour.

Sweater Curse have spent the year performing shows with artists Camp Cope, Julia Jacklin and Green Buzzard, and have also earned spots on the lineups of Blurst of Times, Mountain Goat Valley Crawl, Against the Grain, and Newcastle’s Wicking Out.

The trio released their debut single Fell Asleep in April this year, spending five weeks in 4ZZZ’s top ten most played songs.

Their latest single, Don’t Call Me, was recorded at The Plutonium studio, with Andre Johansson-Walder, who is known for his work with  The Goon Sax, Babaganouj, and Blonde Tongues.

The band say the song was written during a time when guitarist and vocalist Chris was experiencing anxiety about leaving the house, and simultaneously frustrated over having nothing to do.

Sweater Curse have wrapped up the first few shows on the Melbourne leg of the tour, including a support slot at Jess Locke‘s sold out album launch at the Old Bar.

Sweater Curse will be touring to venues in Melbourne, Woollongong, Sydney, Newcastle, and Brisbane.

The band will finish their tour at Brisbane’s Black Bear Lodge, and will be joined by Concrete Surfers, Start Together, and Moodie Gloom.

Find out more about Sweater Curses’ tour and music is on their website.

Readers also enjoyed this review of Bec Sandridge’s ballad-laden Black Bear Lodge show.