Riflebirds’ fourth studio album is set to drop in late 2021.
After the release of their 2020 live album, Live At The Espy, Melbourne rock’n’rollers Riflebirds spent last year’s lockdowns working on new material.
With a new album set to drop in late 2021, the five-piece have given a taste of what’s to come with their new singles, ‘Debra’ and ‘I Don’t Wanna Go To Berrigan’.
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Drawing from the riff-driven rock sound of the ‘70s, ‘Debra’ is a rollicking stomp capturing the energy of the band’s renowned live performances while ‘I Don’t Wanna Go To Berrigan’ sees the band chasing a different sound, unleashing a reggae-tinged chorus that’ll instantly burrow its way into your brain.
Since making their debut in 2015 with Detours & Collisions, Riflebirds have gone from strength to strength, releasing critically-acclaimed follow-ups World Feels Wide (2016) and Ain’t Ever Going Home (2018) as well as playing at some of the best-known live music venues and festivals in Australia.
Later this year, they’ll return with their anticipated fourth LP which, if their new singles are anything to go by, is set to be another ripper.
Check out ‘Debra’ below.
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