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Benji Madden cuts a relaxed figure in all-black ensemble as he explores Sydney ahead of tour

He’s one half of acclaimed pop-punk band Good Charlotte.

And on Sunday, Benji Madden was seen exploring Sydney ahead of the band’s Australian tour.

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The American guitarist, who’s married to Hollywood star Cameron Diaz, appeared relaxed in an all-black ensemble while taking in some sightseeing with friends.

Looking good! Benji Madden was seen exploring Sydney on Sunday, ahead of Good Charlotte’s Australian tour

The 39-year-old wore a long-sleeved black shirt by famed Japanese brand A Bathing Ape.

The musical talent attempted efforts to steer clear of public attention, wearing a black backward cap and black sunglasses to match.

To add to his all-black ensemble, Benji opted for black knee-length baggy shorts with a pair of black and white-brimmed leather trainers.

Bit shady? The 39-year-old was seen alighting the boat in a long-sleeved black shirt by famed Japanese brand A Bathing Ape

Bit shady? The 39-year-old was seen alighting the boat in a long-sleeved black shirt by famed Japanese brand A Bathing Ape

Black on black! To add to his all-black ensemble, Benji opted for black knee-length baggy shorts with a pair of black and white-brimmed leather trainers

Black on black! To add to his all-black ensemble, Benji opted for black knee-length baggy shorts with a pair of black and white-brimmed leather trainers

To accessorise the look, the ‘The Anthem’ hit artist layered two thick gold-chain necklaces atop his shirt. 

Keeping in theme with his all-black ensemble, Benji topped his looked with black button earrings.

Before landing in Australia in late February, the famed face shared his excitement to return Down Under –  stating especially for its good coffee.

On theme! Keeping in theme with his all-black ensemble, Benji topped his looked with black button earrings

On theme! Keeping in theme with his all-black ensemble, Benji topped his looked with black button earrings

According to the record artist, his world tours have allowed him to taste coffee globally, but his favourite brews come from Australia.

‘In LA there’s a few Australian coffee shops that have opened and now I go there,’ he said.

Adding: Coffee in Italy and some places in Europe is great, but there’s just something about Australian coffee.’ 

Who would have guessed? Before landing in Australia in late February, the famed face shared his excitement to return Down Under – especially for a good coffee

Who would have guessed? Before landing in Australia in late February, the famed face shared his excitement to return Down Under – especially for a good coffee

 



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