Exclusive: Stream Captives' thumping new album, Over The Rainbow, ahead of their Oz tour

Exclusive: Stream Captives' thumping new album, Over The Rainbow, ahead of their Oz tour

The Tassie punkers' debut album is due March 30.

Header image by Kane Hibberd.

Following on from the recent release of the rawkus new video clip for latest single House Parties & Black Balloons, Tassie punkers Captives are about to release their debut album Over The Rainbow, due this Friday 30 March. Once again working with producer Tom Larkin and mixer Samuel K Sproull, Over The Rainbow is a typically hard-and-fast affair for the five-piece, who've spent the past couple of years making a name for themselves with live shows as uncompromising as their sound.

It's an arse-kicking release we're stoked to share a couple of days early (pre-order it HERE), gird your loins and tuck in below, and check out their upcoming Aussie tour dates celebratings its release down the bottom:

TOUR DATES:

Fri 4 May - The Gasometer Hotel, Melbourne

Sat 5 May - Exeter Hotel Beer Garden, Adelaide

Fri 11 May - Waywards, Sydney

Sat 12 May - The Bearded Lady, Brisbane

Fri 25 May - The Brisbane Hotel, Hobart

Sat 26 May - Secret House Party, Tasmania

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