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Hannahband

Thursday 25th August / presented by Mark Neal

Sydney punk outfit Hannahband are making their way to Perth for their first ever show, playing at Hot Freaks this Saturday at an all-day punk rock block party.

The duo recently released their third album, Quitting Will Improve Your Health, to national acclaim, and Mark Neal caught up with Marnie Vaughan & Nathan Martin on Out to Lunch to talk about the record and their upcoming WA debut.

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