T54 Announce Debut Album In Brush Park & New Video


T54 have released the new single ‘Return Of The Worm’ from their upcoming album In Brush Park, out in Australia on Friday 8th August via Flying Nun / Remote Control.

The new video premiered on Mess and Noise, and like the song, is loud and catchy but with a menacing undertone. Directed by Melbourne-based Samuel Galloway, he decided to keep the clip simple but difficult at the same time;

I’ve always hated those creepy low budget puppet TV shows, so we used that idea to give the clip a bit of an edge,” Galloway says. “We had heard working with children was really easy, so we thought we’d make a challenge by feeding him lollies and then giving him a sword in a highly destructible environment. The whole thing was a nightmare.”

In Brush Park was recorded at the Dunedin venue Sammys by Tom Bell (David Kilgour and the Heavy Eights), it features ten tracks of glorious guitar drone, fuzz and feedback from the Christchurch three-piece (Joe Sampson, Matt Scobie and Sam Hood).
In Brush Park Tracklist:
1. Nails Painted
2. Life is Swell
3. Kill Red
4. O Nina
5. Return of the Worm
6. SW Chops
7. AC Parade
8. Return To Action Movies
9. Jennifer Hands
10. Biscuit City Sisters
T54 - In Brush Park is out in Australia on Friday 8 November via Flying Nun / Remote Control.

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QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE & NINE INCH NAILS ANNOUNCE DOUBLE HEADLINE TOUR

Remote Control Records & The Frontier Touring Company are thrilled to announce that two of the world’s most influential bands of the last decade, NINE INCH NAILS and QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, will join forces for a massive double headline tour of Australia and New Zealand in 2014.

In what could arguably be described as one of the biggest double bills to ever reach our shores, QOTSA and NIN, joined by special guest BRODY DALLE, will kick off this explosive tour at Sydney Entertainment Centre on Thursday March 6th 2014 and continue on around the country visiting Newcastle, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, Auckland and Christchurch.

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