Frenzal Rhomb keep the shows coming with the announcement of new dates in Adelaide, Warrnambool, Brisbane and Sydney over the coming months as part of their ongoing Hi-Vis High Tea album tour.

Adelaide folk can catch them as part of the recently announced A Day Of Clarity festival on Saturday 23rd June. That one also features The Hard Aches, Tropical Fuck Storm, Mindsnare, High Tension, Mere Women, Hightime, Pagan, Hanny J, Hindsight, Sleep Talk, Siamese, Young Offenders, She’s The Band, Bec Stevens, Paradise Club, Juliette Seizure and the Tremor-Dolls, Level, Spiteward, All In, True Holiday, Hot Mess, Insomnicide, Pemberton, Colourblind, Madura Green, Faraway Waves, Aidan “Jazzy” Jones, Sour Trout, Todd Fogarty, Lachy Bruce, Lily Upton.

Sunday 24th June they’ll stop into The Loft at Warrnambool, before heading to Brisbane on Saturday 7th July for the big Dead Of Winter festival which features Polaris, Ocean Grove, Radio Moscow, Pangaea, Clowns, Lagerstein, Alien Weaponry, Desecrator, Osaka Punch, Nancy Vandal, Earth Rot, Dad Religion, Blowhard, Deadlights, Zeolite, She Cries Wolf, Hightime, HArlott, The Neptune Power Federation, The Heart and Dagger Sideshow, Nerdlinger, Topnovil, Dirty Wolves, Pieces of Molly, The Black Swamp, The Dead Love, Goon on the Rocks, Le Suits, Sensaii, Smoking Martha, Being Jane Lane, Sarah Joh, Decryptus, Ethan Del Carmen, Kaerulean, Massic, Hammers, The Gutter Birds, The Cutaways, Dirty Liars, Dicklord, Evil Eye.

Sydney fans can catch them at a freshly announced date at the Marrickville Bowling Club on Saturday 11th August.

Tickets are on sale now.

Recorded once again by Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Black Flag) and Jason Livermore at The Blasting Room in Fort Collins, Colorado, ‘Hi-Vis High Tea‘ is a concept album about a whole bunch of different concepts. 20 songs clocking in at just over 30 minutes, but what they lack in length they make up for in brevity.

You can still grab a copy on Vinyl, CD, along with a stack of merch options [Here].