DZ Deathrays are gearing up to release their new record, Positive Rising: Part 2, tomorrow. As it currently stands, they’re also hot off the back of their latest single ‘Kerosene’.
The band had plans to travel down the east coast to sign a bunch of copies of their album, but due to Covid, they’ve had to abandon that plan.
They have instead announced that they’ll be hopping on the BBQ tools at Bunnings in Cannon Hill, QLD this Sunday for a Positive Rising Sausage Sizzle, to help raise money for music industry charity Support Act.
Simon from DZ will be manning the BBQ with some special guests, as Shane and Lachy are stuck in lockdown.
“Covid has meant not only did we have to cancel our in-store signings this weekend, but once again, so many in our industry have lost work due to cancelled shows,” the band said via their social media.
“In the spirit of keeping the positivity rising, we’re going to head to Bunnings Cannon Hill this Sunday and get on the tongs to help our mates at Support Act raise some much needed funds for workers in the music industry. Come down and say g’day.”
Positive Rising: Part 2 is out tomorrow via I OH YOU. Listen to ‘Kerosene’ below.