The Dirty Denims unleash video for track “Ready, Steady, Go!” from upcoming new EP
Dutch rockers The Dirty Denims consisting of lead vocalist / guitarist Mirjam, guitarist Jeroen, bassist Marc and drummer Suzanne have unleashed their video for their track “Ready, Steady, Go!” from their upcoming new EP Ready, Steady, Go! – Part 1, which will be released via Handclap Records on November 15, 2019.
The group’s press release indicates in part (with slight edits):
The Dirty Denims are celebrating the release of their new EP ‘Ready, Steady, Go! – Part 1’ during the release party at POPEI in Eindhoven, Netherlands on Friday, November 15th. The band from Eindhoven plays “Happy Hardrock” and can be known from Lowlands, 3FM, De Wereld Draait Door and support shows for bands like Slash, Whitesnake, Golden Earring, Steel Panther and Extreme. Venue open: 20:30 h. Presale: Early Bird (first 50 tickets) 6 euro, after that 8 euro. Doors: 10 euro.
Two years after their last release ‘Back With A Bang!’, it is time for new material. They will release their new album ‘Ready, Steady, Go!’ in two parts. The EP Part 1 will be released on November 15th and contains six tracks in a mix of hard rock, rock ‘n roll, power pop and a bit of punk rock. The last album got great reveiws by the (inter)national press. The known English Classic Rock Magazine wrote about their music: “a blast of high-energy hard rock that reminds me of Rose Tattoo when they were still young and spry, and if Angry Anderson was a woman with a fearsome set of pipes.”
The Dirty Denims play Happy Hardrock: hard rock that makes you feel good in a heartbeat. Combined with rock ‘n roll, power pop and a slice of punk rock it sounds like AC/DC, KISS, Joan Jett, Ramones and The Donnas. When playing live these rock chicks and guys are at their best; an energetic show of a band that exudes fun, likes audience participation and doesn’t taking themselves too seriously.”
The Dirty Denims‘ “Ready, Steady, Go!” video:
The Dirty Denims are a Female Fronted Happy Hardrock band: hardrock that makes you feel good in a heartbeat. Combined with rock ‘n roll, powerpop and a slice of punkrock it sounds like AC/DC, KISS, Joan Jett, Ramones, The Donnas, Thundermother, Airbourne and The Hellacopters. Taken from the Ready, Steady, Go!