Today, it is with great pleasure we present you with “Viceroy,” the second offering from Australian rock outfit Violent Soho’s highly anticipated fourth LP WACO – which we’re equally psyched to announce will be released on March 18, 2016 through Dine Alone Records in Canada. The album will be available to pre-order via iTunes and the Dine Alone Webstore on February 19.

Enter, “Viceroy”: a song that was only finished during the band’s last pre-production session for the forthcoming album. The suburban anthem opens with Luke Henery’s instantly engaging bass riff and is quickly followed by singer and lyricist Luke Boerdam’s recognizable vocal as he snarls the opening lines “Kill joy. You’re like a rhinestone pickup line. My drunk guitar is more fun than you’ll ever be.” It’s not long before James Tidswell’s guitar and Michael Richard’s kit come to the party and we find ourselves in the midst of a track that sounds like the best (or perhaps worst for those of you the enjoy the quieter side of life) house party Mansfield has to offer.

WACO Track Listing:

01. How To Taste
02. Blanket
03. Viceroy
04. So Sentimental
05. Like Soda
06. No Shade
07. Slow Wave
08. Evergreen
09. Holy Cave
10. Waco
11. Low


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