Regurgitator have announced a special hometown show for next month, where they will play their seminal 1997 album ‘Unit’ in its entirety, as part of a festival curated by the band themselves.
Taking place at Eatons Hill Outdoors & Ballroom in Brisbane on March 25, the UNITS festival also features performances from DZ Deathrays, Custard, Butterfingers, Screamfeeder and more. See the full line-up below. Tickets will go on sale this Friday (February 10) from here.
‘Unit’ marked Regurgitator’s second album following 1996’s debut ‘Tu-Plang’. It contained many of the band’s best-known songs, such as ‘Polyester Girl’, ‘! (The Song Formerly Known As)’, ‘Black Bugs’ and ‘Everyday Formula’. It peaked at number four on the ARIA Albums Chart and won three Album of the Year, Best Group and Best Alternative Release at the 1998 ARIA Awards.
Last year, Warner re-released ‘Unit’ for its 25th anniversary. The deluxe digital edition featured 14 bonus tracks, including live cuts recorded at Brisbane’s Festival Hall and Sydney’s Annandale Hotel (1998 and 2001 respectively), B-sides, remixes and more. A year earlier they released a similarly extended 25th anniversary edition of ‘Tu-Plang’.
Regurgitator’s last conventional studio album was 2018’s ‘HEADROXX’. In 2019, they released their first children’s album, ‘The Really Really Really Really Boring Album’, credited to Regurgitator’s Pogogo Show.
Regurgitator’s UNITS line-up is:
Regurgitator (does ‘Unit’ in its entirety + more)
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