Death Bells release 7-inch, to tour with Miserable, Fearing (2018)

Death Bells’ brand new 7-inch single Echoes b/w Move Through Me hit the streets last week on Funeral Party Records (North America) and Burning Rose (AU/EU). The ambitious band originate from Sydney, Australia but are gearing up move all the way to Los Angeles, California next month for an extended stay in the U.S. and a summer of touring.
Echoes b/w Move Through Me follows the band’s 2017 full-length, Standing At The Edge of The World, an impressively developed debut that combined elements of searing post-punk and catchy dream pop for a modern take on a classic sound. With these two new songs band further explore the dichotomy of their music; the soaring hooks of “Echoes” reach for a darkly poppy heights, while “Move Through Me” provides the smoldering post-punk stomp.
Death Bells will be kicking off their summer touring schedule with a run of shows with Miserable (King Woman’s Kristina Esfandiari), and Fearing. See full itinerary below.
08/01 San Diego, CA @ Teros Gallery
08/02 Los Angeles, CA @ Resident
08/03 San Francisco, CA @ The Parkside
08/04 Oakland, CA @ Eli’s Mile High Club
08/05 Sacramento, CA @ Blue Lamp
08/06 Chico, CA @ Duffy’s
08/07 Portland, OR @ Black Water
08/08 Vancouver, BC @ Biltmore
08/09 Seattle, WA @ Vera
08/10 Reno, NV @ Holland Project
All dates w/ Miserable, Fearing