Boston’s post-hardcore supergroup fiddle head You just released your third album. death is nothing to uswill be released on Friday, August 18. Run For Cover Records/Cooking Vinyl Australia.
Accompanying the album, Fiddlehead – vocalist Patrick Flynn and drummer Sean Costa of have a heart, underground guitarist Alex Henry, big contest guitarist Alex Dow and the bassist Nick Hinsch of standoff and nuclear age – We are heading to Australia for our first tour.
Just days after the release of their new album, the hardcore heroes are landing in Australia, at The Zoo in Brisbane on Wednesday 23rd August, Clover in Sydney on Friday 25th August and Melbourne on Saturday 26th August. perform in Howler. Ticket details can be found below.
death is nothing to us Following Fiddlehead’s acclaimed second album of 2021, between abundance. These dates are special (and rare), as Flynn’s work as a full-time high school history teacher prevents him from taking part in a full-scale tour around the United States, let alone the world.
The band’s new album has been described as “the most dynamic set of songs to date,” with every track pushing further into the extremes of melodic and aggressive sound, with vocalist Pat Flynn reaching a difficult existential level. I am working on the theme with a tolerance that conveys it. every word,” according to the press release.
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The first single salenboy, Similar to 90’s alternative rock/grunge bangers, it features the band’s signature gripping hooks and the run-for-cover band’s signature buzzy production.
“I don’t want people to be romantic [sic] Sadness and depression, including myself,” Flynn explained of the album’s themes of loss and grief.
He added, “But I wanted to write about how loss perpetuates this feeling of grief in life. , with ties to the first two records, this album seems to cap off some of the hitherto unaddressed stages of grief, especially this stickiness. .”
You can check the music video of Surenboy Below and pre-order death is nothing to us here.
Wednesday 23 August – Brisbane Zoo (Tickets)
Friday 25th August – Sydney, Clover (ticket)
Saturday 26th August – Howrah, Melbourne (Tickets)