Fremantle indie-pop band, San Cisco is playing at ANU Bar this Thursday, June 1 performing their brand-new studio album The Water.

Still, in their early twenties, San Cisco consists of Jordi Davieson, Josh Biondillo, Nick Gardner and Scarlett Stevens, and they are super excited to celebrate the release of their new album and bring some party vibes to ANU Bar during their 2017 tour.

This is the third album from the alternative group; the set list features songs from previous albums, including Awkward and Fred Astaire. As well as new disco tunes like their new singles SloMo and Hey, Did I Do You Wrong? which will ensure for a good boogie on the dance floor from the crowd.

To further celebrate, the quadruple group are offering fans a limited ticket + CD or ticket + digital download bundles with every point of purchase of The Water to get y’all ready for the gig!

Touring with another Triple J fave, Thelma Plum, who highlights new songs to jam out to from her debut album, Canberra you’re in for an indie treat!

Having hosted some of the biggest names in music over the last 30 years, including Black Eyed Peas, Public Enemy, Bliss n Eso, Hilltop Hoods, The Living End and Nirvana – ANU Bar will be closing towards the end of June this year and San Cisco has the privilege of being one of the last and final acts to perform.

Tickets are still available for $40 with sales closing at 7pm on Thursday 1 June so jump on the bandwagon ASAP! Tickets can be purchased on Moshtix and doors open at 8pm!