Sydney rockers The Mis-Made are renowned for their loud meaty riffs, hard-edged dark rock and ‘no rules’ attitude. These bad ass ladies have been making a racket on the scene since their 2015 EP release, Maelstrom, which first introduced us to their explosive sound. Now, they’re getting ready to wrap up an already massive year with the release of their debut album, Changeling, next month.
The Mis-Made have been busy touring and working on their upcoming release with producer Lachlan Mitchell. The first taste came from tracks Blood Money and Ice last year, both of which were quick to impress listeners. Powered by their familiar punk-rock sound, the new material boasts bluesy undertones and a bite of something different. But the catchy melodies, haunting harmonies and pummelling rock n’ roll still remain strong.
Since forming in 2012 The Mis-Made have crammed a lot in. 2016 has been their biggest year yet, which saw the Sydney rockers tour Australia and support American hard rock favourites L7. The band also received a nomination at the Musicoz Australian Independent Music Awards and tempted fans with their double single release. In support of the forthcoming album’s release, The Mis-Made are embarking on a short series of live shows around NSW for the new single She Rips Me Open. Check out the online release here.
Continually carving out some dense and addictively catchy rock numbers, there’s a lot to look forward to from The Mis-Made. With multiple shows booked interstate and overseas, the band will be heading back to Europe after Changeling is released to show off their latest work. The tour will also include a performance at the Rebellion Punk Music Festival in Blackpool UK, August 2017. The Mis-Made’s Changeling debut album will be released July 20th through MGM Distribution.
The Mis-Made NSW Tour Dates
Saturday 10th June: The Royal Hotel, Bondi.
Saturday 17th June: The Bald Faced Stag, Leichhardt.
Friday 23rd June: Time & Tide Hotel, Dee Why.
Saturday 24th June: Dicey Riley’s Hotel, Wollongong.
Friday 30th June: The Lass O’ Gowrie Hotel, Newcastle.
Sunday 2nd July: Frankie’s Pizza, Sydney.
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