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Got Cake Tour: The Janoskians
Melbourne-born masters of “social disturbance” and pop punk mischief makers, The Janoskians are cooking up something very special for their fans around the globe.
Following the success of their first sold-out “#NotaBoyBand” tour last year, the boys will embark on another worldwide run with the “Got Cake Tour”, visiting the UK in the summer.
The Janoskians also release their brand new song “Real Girls Eat Cake”- which it should be noted is “#NotaSingle” - on May 12th through iTunes and all digital retailers. Produced and written by hitmakers Orange Factory Music (OFM) and Jay Sean- who to date have sold a combined 15 million singles worldwide, “Real Girls Eat Cake” marks the band’s first release for Republic Records.
The song marries surf-style guitar and a ska bounce before colliding into an anthemic 90’s influenced, ska-core refrain. However, it only begins to feed the massive fan demand for more music from the quintet!
The Janoskians (Just Another Name Of Silly Kids In Another Nation) are a YouTube comedy group, pranksters, singers, entertainers and stunt performers, based in Melbourne, Australia.
In 2011 Janoskians mayhem started brewing when the group uploaded their first “Awkward Train Situations” video to YouTube. As the fan base grew, they continually released hilarious and disruptive content, gaining over 1.35 million YouTube subscribers and counting as well as accruing more than 100 million combined views.
Their inaugural “#NotaBoyBand” tour boasted a “Variety Show”-style set that engaged audiences in a revolutionary fashion through manipulating social media. A meet and greet in London’s Hyde Park drew a mob of approximately ten thousand fans, forcing the boys to evacuate. They later shut down the world renowned Beverly Center in L.A. as thousands of girls flooded the mall. Meanwhile, an appearance in Times Square in February 2014 drew 20,000 fans Republic Records, who signed them shortly after.
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Venue: Ulster Hall
BT2 7FF 54.594135, -5.931388
Phone: 028 9032 3900