Have you been hearing a loud rumble? Has your house been shaking? Have your thighs been quaking? The end is not nigh, it is just Gay Paris on their national tour in support of their new album The Last Good Party. Stopping by Melbourne rock’n’roll institution Cherry Bar on their quest for total destruction, Gay Paris bring tough, dirty and uncomfortably sexy blue-rock to the panting crowd.
Sydney band Gay Paris deliver fresh, dirty, horn raising, rock n’ roll, in the form of The Last Good Party. The new album drops you right at the devil's door step and what you will hear is nothing but chugging guitar riffs, a tightly balanced rhythm section and off centre, preaching vocals. As you’re only human, you enter the house for what the title suggests, and will probably be the last good party you’ll ever experience.
This week’s album news features announcements from the likes of Jimmy Eat World, Queens Of The Stone Age, Josh Pyke, Beaches, and many more!
Gay Paris have a new single out, the second from their upcoming album The Last Good Party. The vocals are sexy, the arrangement is great - "Ash Wednesday Boudoir Party" is everything you'd want and expect from Gay Paris. Get your ears around it!
Gay Paris are just about to release their new album The Last Good Party, expected in April. But before that hits, fans can enjoy Gay Paris’ newest track “Ash Wednesday Boudoir Party.” To celebrate these releases, Gay Paris will be undertaking an extensive three month Australian tour, beginning on April 18.
So if you want a night of entertainment, make sure to check out Gay Paris on the following dates.
Thursday April 18 - Bull N Bush, Baulkham Hills
From some of the hard hitters in Australian music to some powerful international names, the 2013 CherryRock event is set to blow up when it hits the Cherry Bar in Melbourne in May.
Straight out of the Californian desert emerges Unida, the legends of stoner rock, whilst Sweden's Truckfighters are set to headline the 7th annual AC/DC Lane rock festival while the following bands are also set to take part:
Matt Sonic & the High Times
What do you get if you add a load of funk to a bastard child of Tom Waits, Richard O’Brien and LA-style hard rock of the Warrant/Skid Row/Motley Crue variety? Maybe something like "The Demarcation of Joseph Hollybone", the first single off the new album by Sydney's Gay Paris.
Gay Paris, along with support act The Peep Tempel played to a packed room upstairs at the Sandringham on Friday night.
Larry talked to Luke, the frontman of Gay Paris, at Stamping Grounds Festival in Sydney about the concept behind the band's new album, his focus on performance, "sounding catchy" and much more...
If you accidentally ended up at one of the many mainstream events that were on this past weekend, and are looking to reclaim some indie cred, read on. Sydney’s first Stamping Grounds Festival was held on Sunday at Manning Bar, featuring 20 of the freshest bands we’ve got, with something for everybody. Really, I stayed the whole 11 hours and watched every band, so I can guarantee it.
Sydney rockers Gay Paris will be touring all over the country in November to promote "The Demarcation of Joseph Hollybone", the first single off their forthcoming sophomore record, The Last Good Party. The band is preparing to take their genre-bending fusion of blues, swamp and rock 'n' roll out on the road after obliterating their Pozible aim to raise $6,000 to fund the album, thanks to all their dedicated fans!
The first annual Drunken Moon Festival is making its way down the east coast, bringing the best bands representing the 'burgeoning hybridised Australian blues community' to venues through September and October! Each show will be featuring a slightly different line up in order to ensure that the best of both local and national talent are represented - check out the full list of performing artists below!
THE DRUNKEN MOON FESTIVAL 2012