Love Junkies showcase new album

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“BLOWING on the Devil’s Strumpet” may be a pun but it’s also the name of The Love Junkies’ second album.

The Love Junkies
The Love Junkies

Recorded and produced at the Astor Theatre in the Perth suburb of Mt Lawley by the band’s guitarist/singer Mitch McDonald, it was released on September 5 through Bütsikatsic Records and MGM Distribution and now the group is on a nation-wide tour to showcase this new material.

You’ll catch them tomorrow Wednesday, September 17 at The Transit Bar in Civic.

“Blowing On The Devil’s Strumpet” is described as a rollicking grunge-infused collection of songs… just when you think you have it all figured out, it takes you on a whole new journey.”

2014 has seen The Love Junkies tour Australia four times, play their first international shows in Singapore and Vietnam, sign a deal with German-based label Siiick Records for their releases in Europe, and release their self produced “Flight Test” EP with lead single Chemical Motivation.

The Love Junkies, at Transit Bar, Canberra (18+) tomorrow, Wednesday, September 17, bookings to thelovejunkies.oztix.com.au

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