On Tour in
December 2023

L7 perform
‘Bricks Are Heavy’

L7 perform
‘Bricks Are Heavy’ Tour Dates

Metro Theatre *Sold Out*
The Tivoli
The Gov
Rosemount Hotel *Sold Out*
Croxton Bandroom *Sold Out*
Croxton Bandroom *Sold Out*
Corner Hotel

L7 perform
‘Bricks Are Heavy’

Event Info

LA-founded hard-rock hellraisers, L7 perform their landmark album ‘Bricks are Heavy’ in Full (Pretend We’re Dead, Shitlist, Wargasm, Everglade, Slide etc)

L7 debut album came through Epitaph, run by Bad Religion’s Brett Gurewitz. Their second album Smell the Magic came through Sub Pop. For their third album, Bricks Are Heavy, L7 signed with Slash, knowing that the label had international distribution beyond the US and Europe and could introduce the band to Asia and Australia.

Bricks are Heavy was produced by Nevermind producer Butch Vig and catapulted the band into the mainstream with the timeless ‘Pretend We’re Dead’ – originally written by Donita Sparks as a break-up song but becoming an anthem for the grunge generation.

L7, made up of Donita Sparks (guitar/vox), Suzi Gardner (guitar/vox), Jennifer Finch (bass) and Demetra Plakas (drums) were a formidable force in the 1990s, courting controversy wherever they played, due to their ‘take no shit’ attitude. Tampongate saw a throwing incident at Reading Festival 1992 which remains one of their most outrageous antics as well as their UK TV appearance on The Word (1992) where Sparks appeared naked from the waist down.

This tour down under will see the original line-up of L7 bring their pure shock rock energy and perform Bricks are Heavy for the first time ever in Full!

Bricks are heavy – and so are L7


“Hard rock music with a punk sensibility”
“Bricks Are Heavy may not solve the world’s problems, but it still writhes, thrashes, hisses and wails as profoundly as it did in 1992. Long live L7”
“their vocals are just as corrosive, their shredding just as intense, their riffs just as heavy”
(Louder Than War)
“the moshpit is thrown into a crowd surfing frenzy”
(The Music)
“as vital, vicious and pissed off as ever”
“They are not angry chick rockers, but a bunch of rock-hard musicians with foul mouths”