News: THE BENNIES Announce Natural Born Chillers Share ‘Get High Like An Angel’ Touring November 2017

 

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The Bennies are excited to announce their forthcoming record Natural Born Chillers is out Friday 2 February via Pool House Records / Remote Control. To celebrate, the band have shared first cut ‘Get High Like An Angel’ which premiered last night on triple j’s Good Nights, and have announced a national single tour.

They’ve also shared their thoughts on this new track – “Single Of The Year.” – The Bennies.

Of today’s announcement, Pool House Records share: “Today we’d like to give a big, warm welcome to The Bennies to the ever growing Pool House Records family. They’re four of the best friends, biggest party animals, most skilful musicians and kindest individuals you could hope to meet, and we’re very proud and excited to have the opportunity to release their music!” – Chris Cowburn (Pool House Records / The Smith Street Band).

It’s been a wild time since the release of Wisdom Machine in 2016. The band landed their hit ‘Party Machine‘ at #88 on the triple j Hottest 100, supported heroes The Living End, released a song with Damian Cowell, toured 3 times around Europe, completed a tour of Japan and sold out venues all across Australia. WILD.

They’ve since swapped jets for studio sweat and Natural Born Chillers was born. The album captures the extreme live energy the band has made a name for itself on, and features some of the most energetic, powerful and quirky songs in The Bennies catalogue to date. Lyrically and sonically it’s their most focused and mature work, but still manages to maintain the fun and enthusiasm that has built their fan base worldwide.

Recorded with Sam Johnson (The Smith Street Band, The Hard Aches, Camp Cope) the album fuses dozens of genres and is a testament to how the band thrive despite existing completely outside of current musical trends. This is the first record from The Bennies to be released via Pool House Records, The Smith Street Band’s label.

They’ve since swapped jets for studio sweat and Natural Born Chillers was born. The album captures the extreme live energy the band has made a name for itself on, and features some of the most energetic, powerful and quirky songs in The Bennies catalogue to date. Lyrically and sonically it’s their most focused and mature work, but still manages to maintain the fun and enthusiasm that has built their fan base worldwide.

Recorded with Sam Johnson (The Smith Street Band, The Hard Aches, Camp Cope) the album fuses dozens of genres and is a testament to how the band thrive despite existing completely outside of current musical trends. This is the first record from The Bennies to be released via Pool House Records, The Smith Street Band’s label.

Be ready to crack a cold one, The Bennies are soundtracking your summer, performing tracks from Natural Born Chillers on an epic thirteen date national tour this November and December, hitting capital and regional cities across Australia. Enlisting The Sugarcanes and The Cutaways on support, join The Bennies live, at a city near you, and ‘Get High Like An Angel.’

THE BENNIES ‘GET HIGH LIKE AN ANGEL’ TOUR
With The Sugarcanes & The Cutaways
Wednesday Nov 22 – Karova Lounge, Ballarat
Thursday Nov 23 – Max Watts, Melbourne
Friday Nov 24 – The Grand, Mornington
Thursday Nov 30 – The Gov, Adelaide *
Friday Dec 1 – Rosemount Hotel, Perth *
Saturday Dec 2 – Margaret River Football Club *
Sunday Dec 3 – Mojos, Fremantle*
Friday Dec 8 – Snake Pit, Proud Mary’s, Central Coast *#
Saturday Dec 9 – Festival Of The Sun, Port Macquarie *#
Thursday Dec 14 – The Basement, Canberra
Friday Dec 15 – Manning Bar, Sydney
Saturday Dec 16 – Triffid, Brisbane
Sunday Dec 17 – Sol Bar, Maroochydore
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