It was the end of an era for Oh Mercy, and over the course of two nights at the Northcote Social Club, they gave their hometown fans something to remember them by.
Oh Mercy have announced their final Melbourne headline shows for 2013, before relocating overseas for the remainder of the year.
It was an evening full of drunken swagger, extreme hip thrust and solid crooning. And thigh-chafing zebra print man-tights.
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