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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


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Image: Maclay Heriot.

Sydney-based four-piece The Rions have dropped their new single, Scary Movies.

Produced by Chris Collins (Matt Corby, Skegss, Middle Kids), the track continues the bands compelling indie-rock sonics, driven by bright guitar work and frontman Noah Blockley's mesmerising vocal tones. The song explores the flurry of new love and the wholesome emotions that follow, and arrives alongside a German Expressionist-inspired visual. Directed by Ben Develin and Alex Given, the music video finds The Rions' taking on the roles of legendary horror villains, Dracula, Wolfman, The Invisible Man and Frankenstein.

"Too often stories about love are written from the perspective of the hardships that come along with a relationship, or the heartbreaks a lot of people can relate to, but an aspect that isn't touched on enough is how fun falling in love can be and how happy finding your person can make you.” the band share of the track.

To celebrate the release, The Rions will be hitting the road on their Scary Movies tour. Kicking off at The Brightside in Brisbane on May 12, the run of shows will continue on to Adelaide's Jive, Perth's Amplifier and Melbourne's The Evelyn Hotel, before wrapping up at The Lansdowne Hotel in Sydney on June 2. Supported by Molly Rocket, tickets are on sale now!

Scary Movies is out now!


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