To coincide with the release of their third album ‘Bloody Lovely‘, DZ Deathrays will hit the road this May for an extensive run of dates around the country for the Bloody Lovely Album Tour, playing their biggest rooms to date.

Joining DZ on their Australian shows are Clowns, These New South Wales and Boat Show. Tickets are on sale from 9am today via dzdeathrays.com.

Almost four years in the making, and fresh off the back of opening Suncorp Stadium for Foo Fighters, the band released ‘Bloody Lovely‘ last Friday.

It’s been a while between drinks for us and finally having this album out for everyone to hear is huge occasion as the next chapter of DZ. We are more than excited to take these songs out on the road and into any dive bar, theatre or festival stage we possibly can.

2018 marks 10 years since the inception of DZ Deathrays. Shane Parsons (guitar and vocals) and Simon Ridley (drums), who hail from Bundaberg in North Queensland, established themselves in Brisbane amidst sweaty house parties, intent on spreading their unhinged two-piece punk. Among widespread acclaim, numerous live shows both locally and further afield including UK, USA, South America and China to name a few, the duo are the proud owners of two Best Hard Rock/Metal ARIA Awards – one each for their past two releases ‘Black Rat‘ (2014) and ‘Bloodstreams‘ (2012).

You can stream the album below where you’ll also find all the tour dates. Grab tickets this morning if you want in. Sold Out signs are bound to appear.

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TOUR DATES

DZ DEATHRAYS
With guests CLOWNS, THESE NEW SOUTH WHALES, BOAT SHOW
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4th – The Gov, Adelaide [Lic/AA]
5th – Capitol, Perth [18+]
10th – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle [18+]
11th – Metro Theatre, Sydney [Lic/AA]
12th – Hellenic Club, Canberra [18+]
17th – Karova Lounge, Ballarat [18+]
18th – 170 Russell, Melbourne [18+]
19th – Republic Bar, Hobart [18+]
25th – The Triffid, Brisbane [Lic/AA]
—> Tickets available now.
—> For more information, visit [Here].

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DZ Deathrays photo by Matt Warrell.

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