After having their touring plans behind their latest full-length Shelf Life crumble again and again, Northeast Party House have announced a huge live-streamed set from a warehouse to compensate for the mosh-pit carnage we've all sorely missed this year.
The Melbourne band will kick things off from an undisclosed warehouse location at 9pm AEST tonight, where they'll then take to the decks after their set to keep the party burning long into the night.
The live-streamed set comes off the back of the news that Northeast Party House's Shelf Life tour, originally slated for August and then moved to November, has been pushed back even further to April 2021. While we're all itching for the return of live music, we reckon there should be some form of normal nine months on from now, and if there's any time to get rowdy at a gig, it's going to be then; check out all the latest tour dates on their website.
Northeast Party House's last record, the Kim Moyes-produced Shelf Life, arrived in full earlier this year, supported by roaring singles like 'Dominos' and 'Magnify'. We linked up with the band to find out about some of the synths and gear they used during the recording of the album when it landed back in March - find out more here.
Tune into Northeast Party House's live-streamed warehouse set tonight from 9pm via their Facebook.