Time Out says
The Aussie emo rockers have reunited for a national headline tour
NB: Short Stack has rescheduled their tour which was originally slated for June 2020. It will now take place in April 2021.
Dust off that old kohl eyeliner and get ready to ‘Sway Sway Baby’, Short Stack are back. Their fringes may be decidedly less sweeping, but the Aussie pop-rock band is sure to be packing plenty of 2000’s emo nostalgia.
Breaking into the Aussie charts in 2009, Short Stack topped the ARIA charts with their very on-brand debut album Stack is the New Black. The trio, harking from a garage in Budgewoi on the Central Coast of NSW, were pretty successful for a brief period in the early twenty-tens, winning the hearts and minds of many a tweenie bopper. If you were on MySpace during this time, you certainly clicked on the profile of a girl sporting a 'racoon tail' streak of hair and got blasted with some ‘Drop Dead Gorgeous’ before scrambling for the mute button.
They disbanded in 2012 after producing two gold-selling albums and three top ten singles (remember ‘Shimmy A Go Go’?). You may recall the Stack had a short-lived reunion in 2014, but it seems Australia wasn’t ready yet for an emo revival, and they put the guyliner to bed again soon after.
Short Stack will be touring capital cities all over the nation, hitting up the Croxton Bandroom on Saturday, April 24 2021.