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Die! Die! Die! announce NZ S W I M Tour

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Die! Die! Die!
announce NZ S W I M Tour


Crystalising the pent up anticipation for upcoming album S W I M, Dunedin post-punkers Die! Die! Die! divulge details of their NZ tour that kicks off on album release date of August 15th.

Having spent the better part of the past nine years on the road Die! Die Die!’s unfiltered and powerful stage show has earned them a reputation as one of the most visceral bands regularly touring Europe and the UK. There is no rehearsed set of messages, postures or stage antics: cutting to the quick, their songs and live show is delivered straight to your bone marrow.


Die! Die! Die! S W I M Tour
Friday 15th August - Auckland - Neck Of The Woods
Saturday 16th August - Raglan - The Yot Club
Sunday 17th August – Tauranga - Major Toms (matinee show)

Thursday 21st August - Palmerston North - Great Job!
Friday 22nd August - Wellington - San Fran

Wednesday 27th August – Barrytown - Barrytown Hall
Thursday 28th August – Wanaka – Pulse Bar
Friday 29th August – Port Chalmers / Dunedin - Chicks
Saturday 30th August - Lyttleton/ Christchurch - Wunderbar

Tickets will be $15.00 + BF online at undertheradar.co.nz (with LP and ticket purchase price options) and from Auckland - Real Groovy Records, Wellington - Slow Boat Records and Rough Peel Music (RPM),
Dunedin - Portil Records and $20.00 Door Sales.


First single Crystal has been released to rapturous acceptance from around the country.
Watch the video by clicking the image below:

Crystal is available for download from iTunes now CLICK HERE


[Watch the Premiere of Die!Die!Die!’s ‘Crystal’ Video and Read a Chat With Andrew Wilson | NOISEY]


SWIM is an 11 track opus formed from the wall-sweat of Europe’s best clubs, scratched off the tour van floor and from down the back of the couch-surfed accom. Produced by the band and Chris Townend (Portishead, D12, Violent Femmes) from The Lab in Auckland to Lightship 95 in London, SWIM’s sparse geographical consummation is as expansive as their definition of punk and pop music.

As an internet acronym for ‘someone who isn’t me’, SWIM’s title suggests that Andrew Wilson is stepping out of his own comfort zone lyrically and bringing new themes and broader strokes to the mighty crash and boom of Die Die Die’s sound. Indeed he has described it himself as “an album about surviving… which is very positive”.

Driven by an obstinate need to create and perform music Die!Die!Die! unapologetically slap SWIM in your lap ten years since their very first shows.

Have at it!


1. SWIM
2. Out Of Mind
3. CRYSTAL
4. Best
5. Get Hit
6. Don't Try
7. Angel
8. She's Clear
9. Trigger
10. Jealousy
11. Sister
12. Mirror


Die!Die!Die! – SWIM out August 15th 2014
On LP, CD and digital via the band’s own label
Records Et cetera.
Crystal is available for download from iTunes now CLICK HERE

Die! Die! Die! Is L-R: Michael Prain (drums), Andrew Wilson (vocals/guitar), Michael Logie (bass).
High Res version of this can be downloaded from Dropbox by clicking HERE.

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