It’s Time debut EP released on Friday August 4th

It's Time EP Launch

We’re thrilled to share that Pocketwatch is releasing their debut EP, “It’s Time”!

Join us on Friday August 4th, 2023, at the Marrickville Bowling Club for another high-octane gig where Pocketwatch will showcase tracks from the EP in their signature raucous style.

We’re not just celebrating the availability of “It’s Time” in CD format, but also on all major streaming platforms and our first video for “See You Someday” will drop the same week!

We’re also lucky to have two amazing support acts in our good mates Polly and Brit infused popsters Vertigo, who will kick off the night with their killer songs and attitude!

We want to express our gratitude to all our friends, family and new fans whose support means the world to us. To celebrate this, every ticket will include your very own CD copy of the EP.

So mark your calendars, get your tickets, and join us at the Marrickville Bowling Club on August 4th.

We can’t wait to share “It’s Time” with you and make this one rocking evening!

What have we been doing?

pocketwatches racing through time

We’ve been a bit busy, playing with Flowers for Jayne @ the famous Town & Country Hotel, as well as with Mick Medew and The Mesmerisers and The On and Ons @ Marrickville Bowlo. We have been in the studio with Richard Ball working on songs for our debut EP to be released soon, and getting ready to shoot a clip… Looking forward to sharing it with you soon.

Next gig – Saturday 24th September

Sydney’s youngest, emerging rock and rollers on Saturday, September 24 returning with another four-band bill at Marrickville Bowling Club celebrating pocketwatch’s 50th birthday! We grabbed some of the coolest young bands in town and are ready to celebrate.

The line-up of pocketwatch, Euterpe, Polly and False Alvrm has been specially curated to prove that rock and roll lives on through the next generation. Tickets here:

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Kids Are Gonna Start It Up

Courtesy of the I-94 Bar, a light will shine on Sydney’s youngest, emerging rock and roll cohort on Friday, July 29 with a four-band bill at Marrickville Bowling Club going under the banner “The Kids Are Gonna Start It Up”.

The gig’s title comes from a lyric from Radio Birdman’s anthem “New Race” but nobody’s going to be looking backwards when the line-up of Pockewatch, At Arm’s Length, Nervous Wrecks and Polly appears. Continue reading