Dear Chester, I only realised a few days ago that it’s nearly been a year …
Perth natives Conform have just released their brand new single Blood Eagle alongside a tantalising music video.
Since the bands inception in late 2015 the Hardcore/Nu-Metal outfit have been building their profile releasing an EP in 2016 titled Vol 1, Cigarette Lullaby and will be unleashing into the world their debut album Circa 94 on May 18th.
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The theme behind Blood Eagle was inspired by the band’s interest in the TV drama series Vikings. In a statement Conform affirmed “We noticed how the main character becomes increasingly frustrated with being stranded in one location and related that to our own frustrations and the excuses we make for not progressing forward in our own lives. Lying to ourselves to remain comfortable.” Fans won’t have to wait very long as the single will be available to stream and purchase this Friday the 13th coinciding with the pre-ordering of the album on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon.
In addition to the release of the single/video and the news of the upcoming debut album, Conform will be doing a hometown album launch show the day after the release of Circa 94 at Amplifier Bar supported by The Gloom in the Corner, Worlds Apart and Bitter Taste. They will proceed to the east coast a week later doing their first ever shows in Melbourne, playing an all ages gig at Wrangler with She Cried Wolf, The Gloom In The Corner and The Colour Clear. The following night they will be preforming an 18+ show at the Bang with the same support bands except I,Valiance will replace The Colour Clear. The band’s touring itinerary over the last couple of years has garnered them support slots with Australian and overseas acts such as Protest The Hero, Being as an Ocean, Make Them Suffer, Ocean Grove and many others. Be sure to check out Circa 94 when it drops next month and don’t miss out on their live shows if you live in Perth or Melbourne!