Our love of wax continues! Today we are thrilled to announce we’ll be releasing the new Dirty Nil 7". Cinnamon b/w Guided By Vices comes out on August 19th and contains two songs layering feral garage rock with uneasy pop hooks, all assembled and reassembled to make your mind melt into fractured pieces of chaos. If you haven’t seen them live, now is your chance, and you’ll see just why Fat Mike jumped at the chance to release this single. You’ll have to wait until next week to hear one of the new songs, but in the meantime go get a filthy taste of what The Dirty Nil are all about. And then get out to one of their U.S. tour dates in July! Read what the band has to say about their two new songs below:
“Cinnamon” and “Guided by Vices” are about chasing death and fearing the opposite sex. We look foreword to playing them and other songs of smiling discontent to all the girls and boys on our 2014 tour of America. Dates below
7/5 – Toronto ON – Sneaky Dee’s
7/8 – Detroit, MI – The Rockery
7/9 – Chicago IL – Schwag City
7/10 – Minneapolis MN – Midway House
7/11 – Lincoln NE – Duffy’s Tavern
7/12 – Denver CO – Meadowlark
7/13 – Salt Lake City – Shred Shed
7/15 – Olympia WA – The Northern
7/16 – Seattle WA – Highline
7/17 – Portland OR – Katie O’Briens
7/18 – Sacramento CA – Cafe Colonial
7/20 – San Francisco CA – Honey Hive
7/21 – Oakland CA – The Nightlight
7/22 – San Jose CA – The Rock Shop
7/25 – San Diego CA – Soda Bar
7/26 – Phoenix AZ – Trunk Space
7/29 – Austin TX – Beerland
7/30 – New Orleans – Gasa Gasa
7/31 – Atlanta GA – Wonder Root
8/1 – Nashville TN – East Room
8/3 – Cleveland OH- TBA
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