Single premiere: Dead Preachers make their presence known with debut track ‘Train’

Dead Preachers

New band, veteran players.

Melbourne southern-gothic blues group Dead Preachers have released their debut single, ‘Train’. The track’s release follows a sold-out debut show at Whole Lotta Love in June.

The new kids on the block are a mix of members from some of Melbourne’s most prominent underground rock groups: Massive, Wintermoon, The Evils, The Ugly Kings and Marianne Digs. Needless to say, they know their way around a stage.

‘Train’ is deeply influenced by the legacies of Led Zeppelin, Cream, Jimi Hendrix and The Rolling Stones. A tribute to the music from the ’60s, the single is driven by riffs and fuelled by the powerful dynamic between vocalist Russell Clark and lead guitarist Dean Luke.

Have a listen to Dead Preachers’ debut single ‘Train’ below:

Dead Preachers will be launching their debut single at Last Chance in Melbourne on Friday August 23 and Hideaway Bar in Sydney on Friday August 30.