Melbourne rockers Dangerous Curves release new album Summertime Highs!

Melbourne rockers Dangerous Curves release new album Summertime Highs!

Melbourne hard rockers Dangerous Curves release their new full length album, Summertime Highs THIS Friday, July 16.

Inspired by the likes of their childhood heroes Bon Jovi, Kiss and Van Halen, Dangerous Curves formed in 2015 with one only one goal in mind, to bring back the music of the infamous LA scene of the late 80’s…with a modern twist.

Their 2018 full length debut, So Dirty Right was nominated for ‘Best Heavy Album’ at The Age Music Victoria Awards 2018.

Summertime Highs is larger than life and ready to blow you away! Eleven perfectly executed slabs of rock n roll that capture the wild spirit of rock’s glory days while very much looking towards the future. Equal parts grit and polish, Dangerous Curves know how to party! 

The band comment on Summertime Highs “The way that these songs have really come together, we think we’ve struck a good collection of moods for any occasion, which to us as a band feels essential when listening to an album from beginning to end. Don’t get us’s still a feel good rock ‘n’ roll album, but with a slice for everyone.

Playing countless shows around Melbourne and their home state of Victoria and opening for acts such as Chocolate StarfishBulletboys, and Fozzy, to name a few, Dangerous Curves have one set goal…bringing great rock music to the people.

Check out the album’s first single, Good And The Bad. With its intro riff reminiscent of Poison’s Fallen Angel and huge 80’s style chorus that will have you singing along with a cherry pie sized smile, Good And The Bad is classic hard rock the way it used to taste.

Buy your Vinyl or CD copy of Summertime Highs directly from the band. Click this link or the album cover below.

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