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After visiting Australia for a series of shows in 2013, LA three-piece Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have announced that they’ll once again return for a run of shows to showcase their much anticipated new album, expected in early 2018. Whether it’ll be out before they open their Australian tour in Perth on Monday, March 19 at the Astor Theatre, remains to be seen.

Performing a selection of new material as well as crowd favourites from the band’s illustrious 19-year, seven album back catalogue, they’ll be back to show us why they’re such a celebrated live band.

“Every time we’ve toured Australia something in some way has tried to kill me at one point or another, and always in new and somewhat inspired ways. So I have a great deal of respect for whatever cosmic forces are going on down there. It definitely keeps me on my toes though, which is all you really need to make rock’n’roll I guess. Two good toes and a reason to keep tappin them,” says the band’s Robert Levon Been.

Since their debut release in 2001, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have made a name for themselves on a global scale. By fusing together elements of the psych, space rock, noise-pop and classic rock and roll that weave themselves across five acclaimed studio albums, BRMC live shows have often been hailed as events rather than mere gigs; a dynamic showcase of dark, brooding rock mixed with an energetic show you can’t take your eyes off.

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club play  the Astor Theatre on Monday, March 19.

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