DEAD DIRTY DINOSAURS release new single ‘Delirious’ on 10th August

DEAD DIRTY DINOSAURS release new single ‘Delirious‘ on 10th August, out on Riot Records.

DEAD DIRTY DINOSAURS released their latest EP Too Many Questions: The Abbey Road Masters (Remastered) back in March through Riot Records. Now, the band is back and armed with some new Jurassic material.

The DDDs are back and sounding happy – ‘Delirious’ in fact! The Brisbane trio DEAD DIRTY DINOSAURS have returned with their new single ‘Delirious’ – a fast-paced chunk of indie guitar pop that tells a story of undying love and the joys that come along with keeping those flames burning. ‘Delirious’ will be released digitally on the 10th of August.

Following on from Too Many Questions, Queensland’s finest alt rockers have dropped this catchy little smile maker for all to enjoy, so get your dancing ears on and make like it’s the middle of summer already.

Pre-Save/Pre-Order ‘Delirious’ HERE 

Dead Dirty Dinosaurs are Brisbane icons in the making. Following a long tradition of powerful music coming out of South East QLD, these cantankerous troubadours have been pouring blood, sweat and tears into their music, with the result leaving you smiling.Tackling today’s endless stream of daily calamities and staying positive through it all, the DDD’s songs of love, life, dubiously deadly careers and a sly look at our wild surroundings, all throb with the “night out” energy that we’re all craving right now.
The DDD’s are Jurassic music lovers who met in the snow fields of Europe but ended up together, brought here by a force that can’t be ignored.  A love of 90’s alt rock, punk, post punk and post rock, combined with a need to make a mark on a new era in their lives, set them on a path with one goal – to snag the support slot for the Pixies in Brisbane.
The pandemic has put that dream off for the moment but signing to the Golden Robot Global Entertainment Group on their label Riot Records has started a whole new path. Who knows where that’s going to lead us all?

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