The band will begin a series of East Coast shows in support of the single release, which includes a main support with Queensland garage punks The Bleeding Knees Club.
This compact three minute monster will crush you with its hard hitting beat and a verse and chorus that compete in a battle of hooks. Mechanism’s catchy dystopian tale is contrasted with an assault of drop A riffery that boasts an original concoction of hard rock and indie pop. This song is the first taste of Maids’ refreshing and unique blend of influences including Truck Fighters, Foals, Foo Fighters and Led Zeppelin. Here’s your plate of fish and bones.
Maids, over the past year, have worked hard on developing music and a live show that can rejuvenate what they see as an increasingly stale Australian rock scene. Maids have patiently waited and built up experience through working with renowned producer Lindsay Gravina, touring the East Coast and supporting Redcoats, The Delta Riggs, Stonefield, Sparkadia and Step Panther. Maids now feel confident that the time is right for you to hear their music and experience what they believe to be a product with enough integrity and attitude to represent Australia in the formation of a new and exciting rock culture. Turn it up loud or die.
June 9 The Small Ballroom – Newcastle NSW
W/ Bleeding Knees Club
June 12 Yours & Owls – Wollongong NSW
June 13 The Public Bar – Melbourne VIC
June 14 The Workers Club – Melbourne VIC
June 29 Miami Shark Bar – Gold Coast QLD
July 17 Brighton Up Bar – Sydney NSW