That Aussie punk mill keeps on turning, with Melbourne's DELIVERY the latest band to topple off the end of the conveyor belt.
The band's have announced a UK tour in support of their debut album Forever Giving Handshakes which finally gets a UK release on 19 May.
Formed two years ago, the five-piece feature four lead-singers and even the drummer does backing vocals. They recorded it live in their rehearsal space, “to make the album feel and sound like the live version of the band as much as possible," they explain, believing that the “majority of the vibe was definitely captured in those practice space sessions.”
They're trailing the album's release with a single 'Baader Meinhof' - not a celebration of the 70s Marxist-Leninist urban guerrilla group aka the Red Army Faction, but the phenomenon of noticing something more often after the first time you see it.
The band play a run of shows in the UK during May, including a show at The Shacklewell Arms in Hackney, coincidentally the London borough where Baader-Meinhof gang-member Astrid Proll holed up in the late 70s. Full dates are...
Wed 3rd May SHEFFIELD DELICIOUS CLAM
Fri 5th May MANCHESTER BIG HANDS
Sat 6th May GLASGOW FLYING DUCK
Sun 7th May LEEDS HYDE PARK BOOK CLUB
Tue 9th May LONDON SHACKLEWELL ARMS
Wed 10th May BRISTOL EXCHANGE
Thu 11th May BRIGHTON - TBA
Fri 12th May BRIGHTON - TBA
Sat 13th May BRIGHTON - TBA