Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


band members

NIK PALLE GEORGE HAMISH


Influences

Arctic Monkeys, Cold Chisel, Thundercat, INXS, Tame Impala, Mildlife , BADBADNOTGOOD


Bio

Death By Denim have today announced their biggest Australian tour to date under Four Tone Artists. Having already been on the road twice in 2019, the band is signalling its maturity and growth with a healthy 10 show touring schedule around the country this summer.

Kicking off on November 22, the tour will see DBD return to play for their fans in Bunbury, Perth, Sydney, and Brisbane whilst also taking their live show to Adelaide, Manly, Cooggee, Byron Bay, and the Sunshine Coast for the very first time.
The tour will be in support of the band’s much anticipated sophomore EP “Year Long Minute”, which will drop in November.

The announcement comes just weeks after DBD released new single “Wiggy”, which was added to Spotify New Music Friday, Indie Arrivals and Chords and Cardigans playlists and celebrated with a sold-out hometown show at Mojos Bar Fremantle.

Tickets to the “Year Long Minute Tour” go on sale this Thursday at 10am AEST.
About Death By Denim

Hailing from Perth’s coastal suburbia, DBD exploded onto the scene in 2016 after
earning a converted spot at Southbound Music Festival. Their unique blend of
R’n’B, rock and funk has resonated, with the band regularly selling out venues in
their beachside home in Scarborough and beyond.

‘YEAR LONG MINUTE’ EP TOUR

Tickets from https://www.deathbydenim.com.au/
NOV 22 | Prince of Wales Hotel, Bunbury WA
NOV 23 | Indian Ocean Hotel, Perth WA
NOV 28 | Moonshine, Manly NSW
NOV 29 | Selina’s, Cooggee NSW
NOV 30 | The Chippo, Sydney NSW
DEC 5| The Bearded Lady, Brisbane QLD
DEC 6 | Solbar, Sunshine Coast QLD
DEC 7| The Northern, Byron Bay NSW
DEC 13| CATS @ Rocket Bar, Adelaide SA
DEC 14 | Grace Darling, Melbourne VIC

Review

Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

14 Sep 2019

Triple J
40

With that laid back guitar line, the Arctic's vibe in the delivery, and the psych tinges here and there, how could you not love it.

With that laid back guitar line, the Arctic's vibe in the delivery, and the psych tinges here and there, how could you not love it.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

04 Sep 2019

Triple J
40

This song Wiggy sounds appropriately cooked by the Death By Denim boys. Over-fuzzed guitars and lyrics that'll bend your brain harder than a magic eye calendar.

This song Wiggy sounds appropriately cooked by the Death By Denim boys. Over-fuzzed guitars and lyrics that'll bend your brain harder than a magic eye calendar.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

27 Aug 2019

Triple J
40

DBD kissing the sun and oozing their way through psychy heaven. Big love for the exploration and fun side on this one.

DBD kissing the sun and oozing their way through psychy heaven. Big love for the exploration and fun side on this one.