Full Flower Moon Band 'Diesel Forever' Album Launch

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Full Flower Moon Band 'Diesel Forever' Album Launch

7:00pm, Thu 25 August, 2022

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Supported by: The Lonesomes, Bin Licker and Old Home.

Come and celebrate Full Flower Moon Band's new album Diesel Forever at The Outpost Bar, August 25. If you have been to a show before you know what to expect, and if not, come see what all the hype is about. Supporting bands for the event will be announced soon.

There’s much restless movement in Diesel Forever, Full Flower Moon Band's sophomore album. Streets are stalked; limos pull up to the kerb; flights are hopped on; shimming highways are ridden. Even when the vignette is set in a nightclub, the protagonists are prowling a determined path through it.

Inhabiting a cinematic scene is second nature for Kate Dillon. As her frontwoman persona ‘Babyshakes’, she walks in many shoes, from snakeskin boots to stilettos. She’s a strung-out supermodel in ‘Waiting for My Car’; on a nefarious mission in ‘You Know the Mayor’; and animates a gang of girls bringing bad vibes to an afterparty in ‘Hurt Nobody’.

When it came to writing Full Flower Moon Band’s second album, Dillon took the method-acting approach. Diesel Forever was recorded quickly and under rehearsed, with the idea of infusing it with the spirit of live rock’n’roll. So committed was Dillon to the cause that there wasn’t so much as a click track to clip her wings.

Dillon says. “I wanted to write an album that would have the same energy and sound as our live set, and give them what they want.”

And what is that? “They want it to go hard.”

Diesel Forever, mixed by ARIA award-winner Michael Badger, is Dillon’s first album with a permanent band, bringing the grind, groove and grit: Luke Hanson on drums; Caleb Widener and Christian Driscoll on guitars; and Marli Smales on bass.

“Doomy, surging rock that doesn't travel in a straight line” - Declan Byrne, triple j

“Full frontal rock onslaught” - Backseat Mafia

“Melds … ‘70s-era Robert Plant with Angel Olsen” - The Music

““If the Black Lodge in Twin Peaks had a house band they’d probably sound like this” - Dom Alessio.

“A delight to sink your teeth into” - Happy Mag