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Legendary Australian rockers Screamfeeder are back with a brand new single Don’t Get Me Started, album and a tour to celebrate, supported by rock queen Adalita.
Don’t Get Me Started is just a taste of what is to come with the release of Screamfeeder’s new record Five Rooms, set to drop on May 6, 2022. The album is a varied collection of fuzzy pop rock – some tracks, like Don’t Get Me Started, and the sparkling, summer-soaked No Past Tense, feel playful, short and sweet – while others, like the darker How We Pay, and the sprawling, brooding epic Late To The Party feel heavier both in theme and sound.
Evocative of mainstay classics You Am I and Something For Kate, and newer groups Catfish and the Bottlemen and Circa Waves, the record was produced by Anna Laverty (Stella Donnelly, Camp Cope) in Brisbane and mixed by Beau Sorenson at Best House, Berkeley, and Travis Harrison at Serious Business Music, Brooklyn.
In terms of that return to the stage, things are looking good for Screamfeeder. On the back of playing a wild, energetic set for Spring Loaded Festival, and with the national album tour on the horizon, there will be plenty of opportunities for fans to see Screamfeeder live this year across the country.
Screamfeeder is Tim Steward, Kellie Lloyd, Darek Mudge and Phil Usher.