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Diesel One Electric Day Festival Sunday 26 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Diesel One Electric Day Festival Sunday 26 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Diesel To Attend Melbourne Guitar Show This Weekend

by Paul Cashmere on August 2, 2019

in News,Noise Pro

Diesel will be visiting the Melbourne Guitar Show this weekend, meeting fans and signing vinyl copies of his new E.P. ‘Sunset Suburbia’.

You can meet Diesel at the Melbourne Guitar Show at 11:45am on Sunday 4 August.

Diesel is releasing his next album as four x four track E.Ps. “For me records have always been a little overwhelming,” Diesel tells Noise11.com. “When I think back I’ve had panic attacks. When you are taking on something so big and then get through it, ironically when I get through it, I feel bummed when it comes to an end. Like, can’t we just make it go a bit longer? The E.P. thing elongates the process and suits my lifestyle a bit more. It suits me creatively a lot more too”.

E.P. one is out now and he is signed copies at the guitar show. “The other two EPS, two is done, three I’m finishing the last bit now and E.P. four is the four last tracks to make up the album,” Diesel says. “It won’t be released as an E.P., it will just be on the album. I’d like to find a little family of four songs each time. Sometimes they are more related than others. It’s like a mini-series. Every E.P. is like a mini album with a relativity between the songs. I do like to mix it up a bit with different styles. The next one is a lot different. It’s not as Americana as the first one. It has an English feel”.

The first single is ‘By The Scars’. “’By The Scars’ is about a loss of innocence and coming of age within one year. It is about when you finally realise the world can be a dangerous place and things you thought we monumental didn’t quite turn out that way. It is coming to terms with the world as a young adult”.

The album is due early 2020. “I believe early next year. I am still trying my head around how it is rolling out,” Diesel says. “The title track is on E.P. three. It was the only thing that was planned. It fell out and I thought, there’s my title. It is a bit of a scrapbook of my growing up and coming of age. Its like a little to my brother in those years when we were drifting. It’s a song about having kids. We were really close. We did a lot of things together”.


Thursday 10 October
20 Years At The Brass Monkey
Brass Monkey | Cronulla, NSW

Friday 11 October
Central Hotel | Shellharbour, NSW

Saturday 12 October
Manly Leagues Club | Manly, NSW

Friday 18 October
Entrance Leagues | Bateau Bay, NSW

Saturday 19 October
Wingham Akoostic Festival | Wingham Showground | Wingham, NSW

Friday 25 October
Gateway Hotel | Geelong, VIC

Saturday 26 October
York On Lilydale | Lilydale, VIC

Friday 1 November
The Juniors | Kingsford, NSW

Saturday 2 November
Hornsby RSL | Hornsby, NSW

Saturday 9 November
Bridgetown Blues Festival | Bridgetown, WA

Sunday 10 November
96FM Kickstart Summer Concert w/ Jimmy Barnes
Ascot Racetrack | Perth, WA

Friday 15 November
The Triffid | Brisbane, QLD

Saturday 16 November
Southport RSL | Gold Coast, QLD

Friday 22 November
The Gov | Adelaide, SA

Saturday 23 November
Get Your Blues On | Renmark Riverfront | Renmark, SA

Friday 29 November
Lizottes | Newcastle, NSW

Saturday 30 November
Lizottes | Newcastle, NSW

Friday 6 December
The Basement | Canberra, ACT

Saturday 7 December
Paddington RSL | Paddington, NSW

Friday 13 December
Lizottes | Newcastle, NSW

Saturday 14 December
Lizottes | Newcastle, NSW

• Sunset Suburbia (Vol. I) EP Out through Bloodlines Aug 2

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