DUNE RATS are stoked to announce ‘Bullshit’, their brand new single and first new material in two years. ‘Bullshit’ was produced by FIDLAR frontman Zac Carper and drops this Friday May 6 through Dune Rats’ very own Ratbag Records/Warner. Pre-orders are available now through all digital retailers.

Getting its first play on triple j’s 2016 last night, ‘Bullshit’ was written while Dune Rats were on the road with FIDLAR across the States and Canada for two months last year, where the seeds of collaboration with Zac Carper began to fertilise. The 27-date tour took them from Denver to Philly to LA and everywhere in between – including an electrifying performance at a sold-out Webster Hall – with Carper taking the boys from sessions inside an RV on the road to Joshua Tree and culminating in a Melbourne studio.

‘Bullshit’ is a no-nonsense, hooky-as-hell garage rock anthem and an ode to everything Dune Rats hold high: music, touring, parties, meeting rad people and, most of all, their mates – the lords that are by their side through thick and thin. To say ‘Bullshit’ is going to be a new crowd favourite is an understatement, and just in time, too.. Dunies are hitting wheels to the tar with Violent Soho and DZ Deathrays on the EPICLY sold-out 10-date national Waco tour kicking off next week. Get ready to throw those middle fingers high.

 

DUNE RATS – ‘BULLSHIT’

Out this Friday May 6 (Ratbag Records/Warner)

ON TOUR WITH VIOLENT SOHO AND DZ DEATHRAYS THIS MONTH

Tuesday May 10 – The Tivoli, Brisbane SOLD OUT

Wednesday May 11 – The Tivoli, Brisbane SOLD OUT

Friday May 13 – The Tivoli, Brisbane SOLD OUT

Saturday May 14 – The Forum, Melbourne SOLD OUT

Sunday May 15 – The Forum, Melbourne SOLD OUT

Monday May 16 – The Forum, Melbourne SOLD OUT

Thursday May 19 – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide SOLD OUT

Friday May 20 – Metro City, Perth SOLD OUT

Thursday May 26 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney SOLD OUT

Friday May 20 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney SOLD OUT

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