Sydney noise duo Party Dozen, saxophonist Kirsty Tickle and percussionist Jonathan Boulet, recently released single “The PDD” taken from their second album "Pray For Party Dozen", and announced rescheduled dates for the postponed June tour. "Pray For Party Dozen" is a typically DIY affair, produced by Jonathan and released May 22nd on their own label, Grupo. The album is the follow-up to their 2017 debut "The Living Man", which established Party Dozen amongst Australia's foremost sonic adventurers. Since then they have played incessantly, performing at festivals as varied as WOMAD, Dark Mofo, Falls, MONA FOMA and Farmer & The Owl, and playing shows with the likes of Liars, Viagra Boys and Tropical Fuck Storm. The latest taste of "Pray For Party Dozen", following 2019's eponymous "Party Dozen" and the recent “The Great Ape”, comes in the form of "The PDD". Contrasting with the slow, doomy groove of previous single “The Great Ape”, “The PDD” is Party Dozen at their frenetic best, tearing through the track, more punk than rock.
Kirsty Tickle (saxophone), Jonathan Boulet (percussion)