Tram Cops are pleased, excited, stoked? ...to announce their first headline show in a very, very long time at the Post Office Hotel. The show is in many ways a celebration of the fantastic year that the band has enjoyed in 2017. On the cusp of releasing their debut album, lead singer Michael 'The Philosophy of Andy Warhol' Vince-Moin says of the last twelve months: "Yeah, nah, 2017 was sick. I got a car, Mazda 3. Cheers."
2017 has seen the band share stages and studios with their musical heroes, as well as successfully curating their own festival, Tramfest, raising much needed funds for the Asylum Seeker Resource Center. They have released a slew of singles to industry acclaim, receiving their first rotations on FM radio, both locally and internationally. Vince Moin says of his high school principal: "Fuck you dude, i fucking made it in burn city." Most importantly, however, the band has been made to feel as if they are part of something much greater within the Melbourne music community, experiencing endless talent and musical wonderment, and cementing old and new friendships alike. All of this cumulates into a free show at the Post Office on Saturday, November 18. Joining Tram Cops are their incredibly talented buddies Pseudo Mind Hive, Hannah Kate and Pup Tentacle.