The Bennies form their own political party in the clip for Dreamkillers

The Bennies form their own political party in the clip for Dreamkillers

Desperate times (banning beers) call for desperate measures (entering the Australian political market).

In some sort of dystopian timeline, Australia tries to ban beers. Luckily, in the video for one of their latest cuts Dreamkillers, The Bennies have our back. The Melbourne punk crew are one of the funniest groups in the game, with their witty lyricism and banter always proving a classic, something which continues on their Dreamkillers video clip. So, how do The Bennies attempt to stop a nationwide ban on tinnies? The form their own political party, strutting around the nation on a campaign tour backed by their popular album cut.

The Bennies' new record Natural Born Chillers is out today via Remote Control/Pool House Records, and it's an eight-track odyssey that explores their now-adored punk-rock sound, maintaining the witty funniness that The Bennies have bloomed off while also creating something quite mature and complex in comparison to their past stuff. Listen to the album below, and be sure to catch them on any of their various shows and festivals around the country across the next few months – dates below.

Tour Dates:

Fri Feb 2nd - Instore @ Beat Disc, Sydney
Fri Feb 2nd - The Record Crate, Sydney
Sat Feb 3rd - Instore @ Rocking Horse, Brisbane
Sat Feb 3rd - Crowbar Church, Brisbane
Sun Feb 4th - Instore @ Oh Jean, Melbourne
Sun Feb 4th - Tote Upstairs, Melbourne
Sat Feb 11th - St Kilda Festival, St Kilda
Wed Feb 28th - The Big '1', Launceston
Sat Mar 3rd - City Limits Festival, Perth
Sat Mar 17th - Pool House Party, Coburg Velodrome
Mar 23rd - 25th - The Hills Are Alive, South Gippsland

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