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Monday 10th July / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

Legendary Melbourne Punks The Meanies are mid-way through what they’ve dubbed “Their Last Tour For Who Knows How Long!”.

Three decades, five albums, a couple of breaks, hundreds of hangovers and countless raucous shows into their career; the band is going on an indefinite hiatus while frontman and songwriter Link Meanie heads to Spain.

Before they play Perth, bass player Wally Meanie jumped on the phone to Breakfast with Caitlin.

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