Garage-rockers Otherkin keep the hammer down with the release of their brand new single, entitled “REACT”, and confirmation that their much-anticipated debut album “OK”, will be released on September 29th. The band will play a Dublin show at The Button Factory, December 15th. Tickets €15.35 go on sale Monday at 9am.

2017 has already been a whirlwind for the band, having completed two UK tours, one headline and one with The Amazons, in support of the blazing ‘Bad Advice’ single and video. Furthermore, the band have opened for Guns ‘N’ Roses at the legendary Slane Castle, made their Download debut at Castle Donington and kept the Otherkin flame burning in Holland and France. Just recently, they were championed by Metallica’s Lars Ulrich on his Beats1 radio show. The band are just back out on tour in the UK with punk-rock legends The Dead Kennedy’s.

“OK” was recorded in Ireland with David Prendergast, Jason Boland and the band at the controls. The tracks were mixed in London by Jolyon Thomas, best known for his work with Slaves and Royal Blood. Showing real commitment to their art, singer Luke and drummer Rob both had fresh “OK” tattoos committed to flesh for the album artwork.

To support the release of the album, Otherkin will be out on tour as both special guests of INHEAVEN in the UK and headlining their own gigs in fifteen European countries.

OTHERKIN – “OK” album track listing:

Treat Me So Bad
Come On, Hello
Ay Ay
Feel It
Yeah, I Know
Bad Advice
I Was Born
So So

“REACT” is released today (Friday 16th June), impacting 4th August. The album “OK” will be released on Friday 29th September on vinyl (with poster insert) and CD, and will be available to pre-order from today on Apple Music and all digital music platforms. Fans who pre-order will receive four instant grat tracks – “Ay Ay”, “Feel It”, “Bad Advice” and “REACT”. Pre-order HERE!

15th December – Button Factory, Dublin, Ireland
Tickets €15.35 go on sale Monday, 19th June at 9am.

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