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DZ Deathrays - Still No Change

DZ Deathrays  - Still No Change
The people’s favourite thrash-party headbangers, DZ Deathrays, serve up ‘Still No Change’ the punk-inspired third flavour from their newly released album Positive Rising: Part 1

‘Still No Change’ packs a punch of raw punk insouciance. Alongside singer Shane Parsons’ documentation of feeling directionless, “it always feels like the time is wrong, all in all I guess it’s just a little unresolved,” the track is sprinkled with hopeful moments in the form of an underlying pop melody that leaves you humming and tapping along from first listen. It’s a juxtaposition of melancholy and joy – and some of DZ’s most reflective work yet.

‘Still No Change’ follows the first cut from Positive Rising: Part 1, ‘IN-TO-IT’, which set the tone for the band’s triumphant return to form. Accompanied by an enthralling and gritty visual, ‘IN-TO-IT’ has so far collected widespread love across triple j, community radio and RAGE. A second taste of their fourth anticipated full-length took the form of ‘Year Of The Dog (feat. Matt Caughthran)’. Dropping on 15 July ‘Year Of The Dog’ features the frontman of The Bronx – one of DZ’s all-time favourite bands, a testament to the band’s international recognition and adoration.

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‘Still No Change’ packs a punch of raw punk insouciance. Alongside singer Shane Parsons’ documentation of feeling directionless, “it always feels like the time is wrong, all in all I guess it’s just a little unresolved,” the track is sprinkled with hopeful moments in the form of an underlying pop melody that leaves you humming and tapping along.

Details
Number Of People In Act 3 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In QLD
Taken From The Release Titled Positive Rising: Part 1
Copyright Holder's Name I OH YOU
Media Servicing Date 2019-08-30
Main Genre Rock
Genre 2 Punk
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
Artist Official Web Site http://www.dzdeathrays.com/
Artist Social Network Page http://www.facebook.com/dzdeathrays
Content Provider I Oh You