AIRBOURNE PULL NO PUNCHES WITH VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE, ‘RIVALRY’
NEW ALBUM, ‘BREAKIN’ OUTTA HELL’, RELEASED SEPTEMBER 23RD VIA SPINEFARM RECORDS / CAROLINE AUSTRALIA
AIRBOURNE have completed work on the video for new single, ‘Rivalry’, the follow-up track to ‘Breakin’ Outta Hell’, with both songs being taken from the band’s forthcoming studio album, Breakin Outta Hell, set to be released on September 23rd via Spinefarm Records / Caroline Australia. The ‘Rivalry’ clip was filmed in the UK & Ireland by the Dark Fable Media company, and contrasts the spectacle of the Airbourne live set-up with an underground tale of one-on-one conflict…
“The lyric probably came from us watching ‘Football Factory’ or ‘The Firm’, one of those kind of films,” explains frontman Joel O’Keeffe, “and I think at the time there was a big grand prix race on, lots of intense rivalries being reported in the media… plus, as with other songs we’ve done, there’s an aspect here of rock ‘n’ roll taking a stand against those corporate forces that seek to restrict our freedoms, that try to shut down the little live venues, leaving bands with nowhere to really hone their craft…”
Musically, ‘Rivalry’ represents something of a different groove for Airbourne, a barrel-chested stomper shot through with typical bite and power, as indeed is the whole of Breakin’ Outta Hell (the album) – 11 brand new numbers produced by Bob Marlette & engineered / mixed by Mike Fraser.
To celebrate the album announcement AIRBOURNE have released the following Australian 2017 tour dates (more to come)! Proudly Presented by TONE DEAF
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Saturday 7th January 2017 – Summernats CANBERRA
Friday 13th January – The Metro Theatre SYDNEY
Saturday 14th January – The Triffid BRISBANE
Friday 20th January 2017 – Trak MELBOURNE
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Airbourne is brothers Joel & Ryan O’Keeffe, vocalist / lead guitarist & drummer, respectively, plus guitarist David Roads & bassist Justin Street.
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