Acid Bandage Ask ‘Who Says We Can’t!’ with Latest Release

Acid Bandage Ask ‘Who Says We Can’t!’ with Latest Release

Current Single “The Liverpool Way” on its Way to Being Sports Anthem

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Canberra, Australia – June 22, 2016 – Rock music comes in all shapes and sizes, but at the end of the day – as long as it gets the fists pumping and the adrenaline running, it’s good times. That’s exactly what Acid Bandage is all about with their latest release, Who Says We Can’t! a rebellious rock record with a cascade of ready to go tracks on it, this is a must-listen for all the rockers out there.

Known for keeping Oz Rock alive and well, the members of Acid Bandage are doing so with their current single, “The Liverpool Way.” Popular and gaining traction on YouTube with over 100,000 views so far, it’s becoming quite the anthem when it comes to sports. Sporting events have always needed some sort of soundtrack to guide the action, something to bring people back between the squeaks of sneakers on the floor, the smell of grass or the whistles. That’s what this band’s created with “The Liverpool Way.”

When the men that make up Acid Bandage aren’t rocking and recording together, they’re doing other musical and creative endeavors. They are individually involved with the Australian children’s illustrated series of books involving Australian indigenous animal characters entitled The Narlee Gang.

Who Says We Can’t! Is available for purchase from iTunes and all electronic music download stores, acidbandage.com or pabsmayfield.com.

Those interested in hearing more from Acid Bandage can check them out online.

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About:
Acid Bandage is an Aussie rock band with a new album, Who Says We Can’t!, that has spawned the widespread sports anthem, “The Liverpool Way.”

Contact:
Acid Bandage
HK Mayfield
PO Box 8043, Rivett. Canberra. A.C.T. Australia 2611
+61-045-727-1243
hkmayfield@bigpond.com

Links:
Official Site: http://acidbandage.com

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