Caitlyn Shadbolt - 'Songs On My Sleeve' out May 26th
ONE TO WATCH! CAITLYN SHADBOLT TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM ‘SONGS ON MY SLEEVE’ OUT MAY 26th
Due to overwhelming demand, Sydney blues-rockers The Snowdroppers will release their new album ‘BUSINESS’ a week early – with the album available in stores and online this FRIDAY 28TH AUGUST.
The band last week launched the album’s 2nd single ‘DEVIL CHILD’; A glorious slice of fuzzy upbeat grooves, mixed with an overwhelming sense of lyrical paranoia; “But I feel like something’s creeping up behind me again”.
Click here to listen to DEVIL CHILD
Support acts for The ‘Droppers National ‘Business’ Album Tour are today revealed, with Sydney garage-rockers Food Court set to be joined on the road by an array of the country’s best up-and-coming acts; PJ Michael, Ivy, The Hi-Boys, Cosmo Thundercat, Ray Finkle and more. Canberra’s Transit Bar is the first stop of the tour, followed by fourteen dates across the country, including appearances atBigSound, HiFi Days Festival in Cronulla, and VIC’s Queenscliff Music Festival.
On ‘Business’, long-time sound man Ryan Hazell (The Drones, The Fumes) distils the band’s live energy and unorthodox interpretation of rock n' roll into a triumphant collision of potent song writing and discordant raw power. The album’s twelve tracks, an unpredictable fusion of everything from classic soul and r’n’b, fuzzed-out stoner riff-rock to distorted country.
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