Returning to Australian shores for the first time in 3 years Die! Die! Die! will be playing an All Ages Show at Jive with special guests Horror My Friend who will be launching their new single Pavement.
Drenched in the storied history and traditions of post-punk, noise pop, shoegaze, lo-fi, and punk rock, Charm. Offensive. is the sound of a thousand different nights played out in dingy bars, ramshackle DIY venues, and decaying concert halls around the globe. It’s also the sixth full-length album from New Zealand punk rock legends Die! Die! Die! Charm. Offensive. features their rousing new single ‘Bottlecaps and Phones (I Cant See You),’
Over 10 Years Die! Die! Die! has racked up a touring history as blurry and battle scarred as the busiest of musical road dogs of their home country. Along the way, in risky pursuit of not so much punk rock dreams, but punk rock memories, they’ve forged a robust relationship with many of the D.I.Y musical undergrounds scattered throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and Australasia.
Their first album since 2014’s S W I M, Charm. Offensive. began in 2015 when Die! Die! Die! spontaneously hired a recording studio in Byron Bay for the day while gigging around Australia. Recorded with new bass player Rory Atwell best known for his contributions to cult UK dance-punk trio Test Icicles, in recent years, Rory has been recording and producing for the likes of Yuck, Male Bonding, and Palma Violets.