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DZ Deathrays have dropped a brand new track, 'Year of the Dog'

It sees the band teaming up with The Bronx frontman Matt Caughthran.
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Published: 3:50 pm, July 12, 2019
DZ Deathrays have dropped a brand new track, 'Year of the Dog'

DZ Deathrays have debuted the second taste of their forthcoming album 'Positive Rising: Part 1', which is set for release on August 30th via the mighty Alcopop! Records and I OH YOU.

Titled 'Year of the Dog', it sees the band teaming up with The Bronx frontman Matt Caughthran. You can check out the video for the song below.

“Matt from The Bronx—one of our all-time favourite bands—drove an hour from his house, came into the vocal booth and nailed his part on, like, the first go,” explains guitarist and vocalist Shane Parsons. “I felt bad for making him drive so far. But it was also just a showcase of how good a vocalist he is…and that was unreal for me, because now with Lachlan in the band, I’ve been trying to approach things from a vocalist’s perspective, and it shows you how hard you’ve got to work.”

DZ Deathrays are set to hit the UK this October. You can check out the dates after the jump.

October
4 Yes, Manchester
5 Stereo, Glasgow
6 Headrow House, Leeds
7 Leadmill, Sheffield
8 Camden Underworld, London
9 The Hope, Brighton

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