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The Distillers Return From 15 Year Hiatus With Two New Tracks

Wednesday, 12 September 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

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The Distillers are back!

Brody Dalle and band have returned with two tracks, Man vs. Magnet and Blood In Gutters, their first new material since the release of 2003's 'Coral Fang'. The releases coincide with the start of a short North American tour with Starcrawler, which will run until September 20 at the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas. 

Both tracks are distinctly Distillers, with Dalle's vocals ricocheting effortlessly between sombre and guttural over a driving punk beat. There's also a dynamic shift on Man vs. Magnet, which finds the band playing with time signatures more so than before.

Despite not having released any material under the Distillers banner for over a decade, Dalle put out an EP and album with Spinnerette, in 2008 and 2009 respectively, and her solo LP, 'Diploid Love', in 2014.

The Distillers Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Wed September 12 2018 - PORTLAND Oregon - Roseland Theater (USA)
Fri September 14 2018 - OAKLAND California - Fox Theater - Oakland (USA)
Sat September 15 2018 - LOS ANGELES California - Hollywood Palladium (USA)
Tue September 18 2018 - SAN DIEGO California - Observatory - San Diego (USA)
Thu September 20 2018 - LAS VEGAS Nevada - Brooklyn Bowl - Las Vegas (USA)

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