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WAM Member Spotlight: Death By Denim National Tour and New Single

10 May

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Death By Denim announce new single ‘Plane From Amsterdam’ and National Tour.

Coastal rockers and WAM Members, Death By Denim have just announced their third national tour in support of a yet-to-be-released brand new single ‘Plane From Amsterdam’. Kicking off on June 15 with a home town show, the tour will see the band return to the East Coast in June/July for headline shows in Sydney, Melbourne, and for the first time – Brisbane.

Their second single of the year, ‘Plane From Amsterdam’ is a free-falling anthem of self-reflection and discovery. The song will be released worldwide on May 24th.

Hailing from Perth’s coastal suburbia, DBD exploded onto the scene in 2016 after earning a coveted 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 beach side home in Scarborough.

DBD have had a big start to 2019, with a Triple J premiere of recent February release “Cigarettes and Honey”and national tour in support already under their belt. The band is showing no signs of slowing down as they move towards the release of their sophomore EP later in the year.

Check out Death By Denim’s WAMFest 2018 Stall Session:


New single ‘Plane From Amsterdam” available from May 24th

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PLANE FROM AMSTERDAM TOUR June 15
Indian Ocean Hotel, Perth WA June 29
Yah Yah’s, Melbourne VIC July 5th
The Milk Factory, Brisbane QLD July 6th
Oxford Art Factory Gallery, Sydney NSW


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