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Melbourne's Drunk Mums Announce New Zealand Shows

Melbourne's Drunk Mums Announce New Zealand Shows

Tuesday 19th June, 2018 12:18PM

Melbourne rockers Drunk Mums will be hitting New Zealand hard in August, with shows announced for Christchurch and Dunedin. The rough 'n' rowdy group are touring Australasia in support of their new single 'Roll With The Punches' and have an album titled Urban Cowboy in the pipeline for November, following swiftly on the heels of back to back EPs Denim and Leather. Get ready for an onstage riot of riff-tastic beer-chugging anthems, here are the New Zealand show details...

Drunk Mums
Thursday 23rd August - The Foundry, Christchurch
Friday 24th August - venue tbc, Dunedin


Listen to Drunk Mums' new single 'Roll With the Punches'...


Check out the demonic video for Drunk Mums' fiery tune 'Hotflush'...


Watch the clip for Drunk Mums' heartfelt single 'Ode To Death'...


Press release:

After a slight re-invention with their last two EP releases "Leather" & "Denim” DRUNK MUMS are back in full force with a Power Pop smasher entitled “ROLL WITH THE PUNCHES”

Talking to Adam about the process he explains “Jake came up with killer lyrics & melody but couldn’t quite hit the high notes so we decided that he should record a low take and I would do a high and see how it turns out. Soon as we played it back everyone was stoked. We wanted to spice the song up a bit towards the end of the tune so we roped in Brent from DUMB PUNTS to twiddle his fingers over some keyboards and bobs your uncle”

A song with heart, Jake and Adam sing the lyrics word for word. This is the first time the band has sung in unison throughout an entire track and it aint bad for an accident.

The track is the first taste of their forthcoming 10 track full length album “URBAN COWBOY” expected to be released in November this year.

DRUNK MUMS will be heading off on tour in support of the single release.

Links
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