Brian El Dorado and The Tuesday People are releasing their third album - Unofficial After Party. A righteous studio live recording of 9 songs. The albums songs are epic and diverse, typical of all Tuesday People releases. Collaborating with some of the best musicians including Kumar Shome on electric guitar (Sampa The Great, The Cat Empire, The Punkwallahs), Brian El Dorado has recorded 9 songs directly to tape, with few over dubs. This explosive live style of recording is exemplified in the band’s first single from the album - Glory Of God. Glory Of God deals with the deep human need to find meaning through our worship of God figures and all of the bizarre things we will do to each other in that name. It touches on the basic human need for food, shelter and water but also reflects on our inquisitive nature to need to know more and have answers for everything, even things that by nature have no real truth, apart from the ones we give. Unofficial After Party will be the bands third album following El Dorado’s first two album’s Eclectric (2015), Wildfire (2017). These first releases saw the band do an East Coast Australian tour and make several festival appearances including White Night Festival, St Kilda Festival and Tanglewood NYE. Wildfire single Midnight Girl also received airplay on Triple J and the record received an 8/10 review in Beat Magazine. Peep my joints, bang your head.