Whisky Grinn – Launch Show
As the fresh August winds blow into the city of Brisbane, local blues rockers Whisky Grinn are getting set to launch their new single “Ain’t Slowin’ Down”.
Opening up the night are astro rockers ‘Headcage’. Fresh off the stage from playing Damage Control Festival ‘Headcage’ are well worth the early arrival.
here Following the openers, four piece grunge rockers ‘Kaloptic’ will be taking the stage, playing some raw, yet to be released material. Catch their set so you can tell your friends you knew them before they were big.
Immediately before Whisky Grinn take to the stage, The Cassowarys are bringing their psych rock extravaganza to The Milk Factory. If you haven’t seen this crazy five piece, they draw influences from The Doors, Led Zeppelin and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. Definitely one act not to miss.
click here Headlining the night and launching their long awaited single “Ain’t Slowin’ Down” Whisky Grinn will be playing fan favourites from their debut EP “Do You Speak Rock n Roll?” As well as new material. This will be one of the last chances to catch the trio before they head overseas. With such an amazing lineup, you don’t want to miss this – get your tickets here!
Whisky Grinn have been gigging relentlessly around Australian and since their formation have drawn musical aspects from the likes of Wolfmother, The White Stripes and The Rolling Stones. Following the release of their debut EP “Do You Speak Rock n Roll?” Whisky Grinn are set to release their new single “Ain’t Slowin’ Down” which is a real step up both musically and artistically. Guitarist and singer Zac Lynch explained ’Aint Slowing is a throwback to the classic rock for the 60’s and 70’s exploring the concepts of freedom and what that means to the youth of today.’ Following the launch of the single at The Milk Factory on the 24th of August, Whisky Grinn are heading overseas to for a full US tour hitting iconic musical sites in LA, Vegas, San Francisco and many more. Be sure to check out “Ain’t Slowin’ Down” on iTunes, Spotify and all good online music retailers.