Gold Coast favourites ‘Double Lined Minority’ are returning to Warwick for the first time in two years,
playing a show at ‘The Belle Vue Café’
Gold Coast favourites ‘Double Lined Minority’ are returning to Warwick for the first time in two years, playing a show at ‘The Belle Vue Café’

VIDEO: Gold Coast band to play alongside Warwick brothers

GOLD Coast favourites 'Double Lined Minority' are returning to Warwick for the first time in two years, playing a show at 'The Belle Vue Café'.

The Pop Punk Rockers are heading out on the road in support of their upcoming single "Hollow", which is to be released on May 4.

The "Hollow" tour will start in Warwick on the 8th and conclude on the Gold Coast on the 23rd.

Double Lined Minority only recently concluded an Australian tour on the back of their highly successful "Caught in the Ceasefire" Ep.

The tour included sold out shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Known for being one of the hardest working bands on the Gold Coast, soon after the tour ended they were already back in the studio and working on new material.

Front man Eddie Salazar said the band couldn't wait to visit Warwick again and were hoping to see old and new faces at the show.

"We have a lot of new songs up our sleeves and a lot of stories to tell. We thought why not just pump out as many releases as we can this year and hit the road as soon as possible, visit places we haven't been to for a while," he said.

Double Lined Minority will be joined by local rockers 'The Vellacott Trio' for their Warwick show.

The Vellacott Trio are currently playing shows around Warwick and surrounds in support of their debut EP 'III', which was released in March of this year.

Guitarist Ben Vellacott said the band was really looking forward to performing with the boys from Double Lined Minority.

"I first saw them play at the Warwick Town Hall for Winterfest back in 2012, so it'll be great to share a
stage with them in our hometown," he said.

The gig will happen at the Belle Vue Café on Friday May 8 with acts to begin at 5pm and finish at around 8pm.

Entry is just $10.



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