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Bad//Dreems Set To Hit The Road This December

Thursday 27 October 2016

Bad//Dreems Set To Hit The Road This December

In support of the release of their latest single ‘Mob Rule’ and its accompanying video, Adelaide rockers Bad//Dreems will be heading out on a tour this December. The band will be performing in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane.

The music video for Mob Rule mirrors the sentiment of the song’s lyrics by exploring the discomforting deterioration of aspects of Australia through a hazy and beer soaked lens, while taking aesthetic queues from the works of Ted Kotcheff and the 80's heyday era of 'Countdown'.

The pertinent imagery in the video, mixed with old TV excerpts, paints the picture of a dystopia, tired Australiana and suburban stagnation.

Underpinned by muscular guitars atop the rocksteady bedrock of James Bartold (bass) and Miles Wilson (drums), ‘Mob Rule’ continues where Dogs at Bay left off. This all gives way to a characteristically acerbic Baddies' chorus:"Mob Rule! I never liked it at all."

Mob Rule, out now via Ivy League Records, was one of the first tracks recorded earlier this year for Bad//Dreems' forthcoming second album. The band is once again collaborating with legendary Australian producer Mark Opitz (INXS, Cold Chisel, The Angels) and engineer Colin Wynne in their West Brunswick studio in Melbourne.

“Painting a disturbing picture of dystopic Australia with pure pub rock perfection” - Pilerats

“…riot-inciting” - The AU Review

Don't miss what will surely be riotous performances from Bad//Dreems!

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