On Tour with Cub Sport
Australia’s Cub Sport takes 1883 Magazine on tour with them across the U.K.
It’s been a minute since Cub Sport has graced the U.K. with their presence — three while years to be exact. Fans (including 1883) have been itching to see the Aussie quartet again after their last sold-out show at the iconic Scala in London. After the April release of their new studio album Jesus At The Gay Bar, fans had the chance to check out the band in Glasgow, Manchester, Bristol and London. Weren’t able to catch them? A shame, but lucky for you the band, comprising of Tim Nelson, Sam Netterfield, Zoe Davis and Dan Puusaari, took 1883 Magazine on tour with them across the U.K. to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at what they get up to (kissing included) and more.
Our first day in London. We got in a few days before the tour started so we could adjust to the time zone and get in some rehearsals with our sound person Ellie. There were lots of blossoms in bloom around our Airbnb, it was so beautiful.
Trying to stay awake at rehearsals.
Our hotel in Glasgow was so cute.
Outside the venue in Glasgow. Dan’s SPDS broke at the start of soundcheck so Sam was on the phone here in a scramble to find a replacement. We got one just in time for the show!
On stage in Glasgow, I love the motion captured in this photo.
On stage in Manchester by Rebecca. I think this photo was taken while we were playing Hawaiian Party.
At Rough Trade Bristol. We completed our vinyl collection of Britney’s discography on this visit.
Literally always kissing, we’re insufferable.
Signing vinyls backstage before our London show at Lafayette.
On stage in London by Eves Karydas this was taken while we were performing Best Friend. I sing about my dog Evie in Best Friend, she passed away in December and I can always feel her presence so strongly when we play this song.
I spent way too long trying to perfectly replicate our logo on the wall at Lafayette.
Jesus At The Gay Bar is out now.