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Aussie rockers The Stripp accelerate ahead on new single ‘Redline’

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Melbourne’s dirtiest sounding outfit release debut music video off new LP

Storming out of the gates of Melbourne’s underground rock scene, hard-working rockers The Stripp have released energetic first single Redline from their debut album Aint No Crime To Rock’n’Roll. Fronted by Bek Taylor who could be described as the love child of Joan Jett and Lemmy Kilmister, the band’s unique heavy style, captivating live shows and extensive touring has gained them a reputation as one of Australia’s finest high-energy rock n roll bands. These turbo-charged rockers have two previous vinyl releases notched into their belts, including a split 7” with New Jersey action rock veterans Electric Frankenstein.

The new 10-track album is available to listen to now on Youtube and Bandcamp and on all your favourite digital platforms by Friday Oct 21. Vinyl pre-sales can be ordered on Bandcamp with a physical album release date of Nov 25th. Order your copy of Aint No Crime To Rock’n’Roll on 180g Dukes of Hazzard orange and red splatter vinyl now!

The Stripp East Coast tour dates coming up:

Sunday October 30th  – Do The Pop Festival – Port Campbell

Friday November 4th – King Lears Throne – Brisbane

Saturday November 5th – Vinnies Dive – Gold Coast

Saturday November 12th – River Rocks – Geelong

Friday December 2nd – The Eastern – Ballarat

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