CAMA brings Regurgitator to rock Hanoi

CAMA brings Regurgitator to rock Hanoi

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– Sun 12 Oct, 5.30-10.30pm, American Club –

The boys at CAMA are at it again, bringing Australian electro pop punk sensation Regurgitator and their signature sound to Vietnamese audiences for the first time. Regurgitator are breaking their Asia tour to play a one-off show in Hanoi.

Originally from Brisbane, Regurgitator have been making waves both at home and abroad for more than 10 years with their genre-smashing fusion of pop, punk, electro and indie rock. Local acts Ngu Cung, My Favourite Uncle and Holy Red Cross will join the band for a truly international night of rock.

Credited with reinvigorating the Australian indie rock scene with the release of their debut album Tu Plang in 1996, the band has since gone on to release a total of 12 albums and EPs, winning both popular and critical acclaim for their innovative sound and their ironic take on modern pop culture.

The band is presently touring to celebrate the release of their most recent album Love & Paranoia, which was recorded in Brazil in late 2007.

Currently consisting of Vietnamese-Australian lead singer/guitarist Quan Yeomans, making his first trip to Vietnam, bassist Ben Ely, drummer Peter Kostic and keyboardist Seja Vogel, Regurgitator will be dropping by to play their Hanoi show in between dates in Hong Kong, Laos and China.

Supported by Tiger beer, the Australian Embassy in Vietnam, the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hanoi, and C.A.M.A.

Further information about Regurgitator:

Tickets: only VND30,000, available only at the door.

Sun 12 Oct, 5.30-10.30pm
American Club
19 Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi

C.A.M.A. is a collective of like-minded individuals based in Hanoi bringing independent music to Vietnam for the good of all.  C.A.M.A. has been active in Hanoi since 2005 and has played a central role in bringing over 20 bands and DJs to Hanoi.

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