Dallas Frasca: Dirt Buzz World Tour
Following a mega 2015 which saw Dallas Frasca achieve a Top 30 ARIA charting album plus a top 10 Australian charting success and sold out shows across Europe, the band gets set to release their brand new EP, ‘Dirt Buzz’ (Out Sept 16th) to celebrate 10 years together with a WORLD TOUR.
Their ferocious, critically acclaimed live performances are not to be missed. The 'DIRT BUZZ' world tour will see the blistering trio (fronted by founding members; Dallas - vox/guitar & Jeff Curran - guitar) + Chris Windley - drums, (no bass), touring 12 different countries across the globe after a phone call from "Ugly Kid Joe' front-man, Whit Crane asking the band to be main support for their upcoming tour of Europe.
The band continues into their 10th year as strong and self-determined as ever, with over 800 shows under their belts, Dallas Frasca sets off on their WORLD TOUR kicking off Oct. 7th on the Sunny Coast, QLD then travels overseas to join Ugly Kid Joe (in a kick arse tour bus) in France and travel to Germany, Austria, Denmark, Italy, Poland, Switzerland, Netherlands and U.K ending up back on Aust. soil where they will bring it home to Adelaide, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Tasmania and it all ends on the 30th Dec in Mornington, Vic.
"We're so pumped about people hearing 'Dirt Buzz'. We've spent 8 months working on this little gem and found a sound, we can call our own. We feel like we've made music we've been searching for in our songwriting years." - Dallas
If that's not exciting enough the band have just announced the launch of independent Melbourne based record label; SPANK BETTY RECORDS. As well as releasing Dallas Fracas's new EP, it will be the home to many other artists, helping them reach their own dreams.
"We really like doing things ourselves, we're viciously independent spirits, so having our own label makes sense. We have a kick ass team around us and we look forward to everyone hearing our new music and nurturing other rad artists in releasing some great music in the near future." - Dallas