Polish Club Demand You Come Party Before They Fire Off Their Debut Album

Sydney gruesome twosome Polish Club are up there among our favourite noisemakers in the game right now. Their debut EP in 2015 was a burst of raw rock and roll from a bygone era, huge riffs and crashing drums and grab-you-by-the-jugular hooks all sung in frontman Novak’s unmistakeable gravel-dragged voice. After touring relentlessly in 2016 and releasing another rip-roaring single in Beat It, the first from their debut longplayer, and now the duo are kicking off 2017 with a brand new tune, the concrete release date of their album and a national tour to celebrate it all.

Come Party is the second single from that aforementioned album, Alright Already, and it’s exactly what we’ve come to expect from Polish Club. Drummer John-Henry kicks things off in decidedly Ramones-y fashion, the accompanying riff chugging alongside like a bullet train and Novak wailing over the top about where ones priorities should lie as it pertains to a night out (“have fun later, come party with me”), surf punk vocal harmonies abound and the Hives-esque breakdown sure to have moshpits sweaty and surging. Check out the track with its music video below:

With Alright Already landing on the 31st of March, Polish Club are heading out on tour around the country with a truckload of new tunes. Their first headline tour sold right the fuck out in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Wollongong and the national audience for the duo is only set to skyrocket off the back of one of the most anticipated albums of the year. Tickets are on sale today via Polish Club’s website so hook in while you can.

Alright Already Tour Dates:

Fri 5 May – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Sat 6 May – Narara Festival, Kariong
Thu 11 May – Small Ballroom, Newcastle
Fri 12 May – Rad Bar, Wollongong
Sat 13 May – Republic Bar, Hobart
Fri 19 May – Rocket Bar, Adelaide
Sat 20 May – Amplifier, Perth
Thu 25 May –  The Foundry, Brisbane
Fri 26 May – Elsewhere, Gold Coast
Sat 27 May – Big Pineapple Festival, Woombye
Thu 1 Jun – The Transit Bar, Canberra
Fri 2 Jun – Workers Club, Geelong
Sat 3 Jun – The Corner, Melbourne

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