Australian 5 piece BAD // DREEMS release brand new single ‘Morning Rain’, watch video – HERE

The New Album ‘Doomsday Ballet’ is set for release on October 18th through BMG

Band will be touring the UK in December supporting The Chats, this follows tours with the likes of At The Drive In andThe Avalanches

Hugely acclaimed Australian five-piece BAD // DREEMS have just released their brand new single and video ‘Morning Rain’ and will have their third studio album ‘Doomsday Ballet’ coming out on October 18th through BMG. The Adelaide based band draw influence from the likes of Wipers, DEVO and Television as well as the incredibly fertile Antipodean 70’s and 80’s indie rock scene, and on ‘Doomsday Ballet’ have worked with producers Burke Reid (Courtney Barnett, Julia Jacklin, DZ Deathrays) and Jack Ladder.Watch the video for ‘Morning Rain’ – HERE

Live wise, the band have toured extensively in Australia and abroad, appearing at Splendour in the Grass, Falls + Laneway festivals, and supporting acts such as At The Drive In, The Avalanches and Cold Chisel. They are confirmed for AU’s Yours & Owls festival in October, followed by their national album headline tour AND a UK tour with The Chats throughout December.

UK tour dates with The Chats:
NOV 30 SAT – Concorde 2 Brighton, United Kingdom
DEC 1 SUN – O2 Academy Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
DEC 2 MON – The Waterfront, Norwich, United Kingdom
DEC 3 TUE – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, United Kingdom
DEC 4 WED – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, United Kingdom
DEC 5 THU – Riverside Newcastle, Newcastle, United Kingdom
DEC 6 FRI – Summerhall, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
DEC 7 SAT – The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
DEC 9 MON – The Garage, Glasgow, United Kingdom
DEC 10 TUE – O2 Ritz Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
DEC 11 WED – O2 Institute, Birmingham, United Kingdom
DEC 12 THU – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff, United Kingdom
DEC 13 FRI – O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom
DEC 14 SAT – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London, United Kingdom

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