Australia’s favourite punk rockers are making their way back to the world of music with the announcement of their forthcoming ninth full-length record, ‘Hi-Vis High Team’, which is schedule for release on May 26 via NOFX frontman Fat Mike’s Fat Wreck Chords.
Hi-Vis High Tea is the first piece of music form the band since their 2011 release ‘Smoko at the Pet Food Factory’. The band have released a taste of what’s to come off their ninth offering with the new single, ‘Cunt Act’, which takes aim at Australian politics and politics in general, with the narrative of terrible acts they make throughout their time in parliament.
To celebrate the release of their new album, Frenzal Rhomb will be heading out on a national tour throughout Australia, kicking off on June 16 in Perth, Western Australia and ending on 11 October in Adelaide, with stops off in Banbury, Montebello, Brisbane, Gold Goast, Solbar, Bendigo, Melbourne, Newcastle and Sydney with gigs at the Capital, The Prince of Wales Hotel, Rockfest, July Triffid, Miami Tavern, Maroochydore, Music Man, Pelly Bar, Corner, Cambridge, Metro and The Gov in their respective cities.
Frenzal Rhomb’s Hi-Vis High Tea, features 20 songs in just over 30 minutes and is available for pre-order right now. You can get a taste of what’s to come from Frenzal Rhomb’s new album below.