Sydney alternative rock group GangAwry will be ushered into the new decade with the re-release of their debut EP New High on all digital platforms.

Originally released in 2005, the 15th anniversary of the debut was set to be celebrated last year, but was

Now, as part of the Bird’s Robe Records 10th anniversary release series, the band’s music will be shared again for a new generation of fans to enjoy.

Bird’s Robe Director Mike Solo says: "I’ve been a fan of GangAwry ever since I attended their EP launch show at the Annandale Hotel back in 2005. It was exciting to see this confident young group command a room with funky riffs, Sting-like vocals and a bit of math rock thrown in for good measure. I’m really happy to help share their music with people by releasing it digitally for everyone to enjoy.

Bursting onto the Australian rock scene in the mid-00s, GangAwry were quick to earn industry attention, signing to the legendary Harry Vanda’s label Flashpoint. Their live show soon attracted fans of their blend of Rage Against The Machine, meets King Crimson, meets The Police sounds.

From launching the record at a packed hometown show at the iconic Annandale Hotel, to supporting King Crimson frontman Adrian Belew on his successful Australian tour and Australian rock legends The Angels, the band saw positive reviews and accolades come their way, as they continued to write towards their debut full length album Politics.

The 4-track EP features fan favourites Needing A New High and Dig What Wires Me.

1. Needing A New High
2. Shooting Comets
3. Dig What Wires Me
4. Let The World End

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