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“A Fistful of Doo Riffs” EP Launch

“A Fistful of Doo Riffs” EP Launch

Liberation Music is proud to announce the release of the third EP from Auckland’s favourite intergalactic surf punk hillbillies, “A Fistful of Doo Riffs”.

The eight song EP is their third release after their first two self released sold out EPs and features classic Drab Doo Riffs hits like “I’m Depressed” and “Lunatic Fringe” as well as brand new tracks inspired by the band’s favourite things: the wild west, skeletons, outer space and of course, rock and roll.

The band will be celebrating by letting their hair down with an old fashioned knees up at The Winchester. The night is shaping up to be a doozy with support from ¬New Zealand’s instrumental surf pioneers The Hollow Grinders and an array of spectacular and curious entertainment in true Doo Riffs style.

Tickets on sale exclusively through Under the Radar and Real Groovy Queen St
from Thursday August 11th.

The Drab Doo Riffs
Friday September 9 at The Winchester

ENDS

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