After an epic five-week odyssey through the Northe

After an epic five-week odyssey through the Northern Territory, local cowpunks The Re-Mains return swathed in bulldust and boasting that unlike them, not even Steve Irwin gets shot at.

We were driving through Arnhem Land, said frontman Mick Daley, stopped to camp outside a locked petrol station gate, lit a fire and some rum-soaked fool in the darkness screams at us to put it out. We ignored him. Next minute a heavy calibre rifle is discharged over our heads. We put it out.

12,000 kilometres later, the banjo and pedal-steel playing punk rockers are back on the coast to play the Lennox Point Hotel this Friday, September 22, the Murwillumbah Hotel this Saturday, September 23 and the Billinudgel Pub this Sunday arvo, September 24. And remember dont shoot!

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