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Dre Faivre vocals  |  Matthew Gravolin guitar  | Josh Campiao guitar | Anthony Caruso drums

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The boys are back! Hellions have dropped their long-awaited new single “X (Mwah)” today. Alongside the unveiling of “X (Mwah)”, Hellions have also announced they will be playing a very special hometown launch show at The Lansdowne Hotel in Sydney on Friday March 9.

The first piece of new music from the quartet since the release of their critically-acclaimed theatrical masterpiece Opera Oblivia, “X” is a defeatist ode to recklessness delivered via an ever-colourful riot of punk rock joy. The jam was first revealed in front of a frenzied capacity crowd at UNIFY 18 in what Australian Guitar Magazine called a glorious haze of liveliness and grandeur”.

Hellions guitarist/vocalist Matt Gravolin explains: “60% of the human body consists of water. We are made of stardust atoms. These are remarkable things to contemplate – our very being is miraculous! But considering how few of our actions bear the salubrity of the water we’re composed of and how little light we’re projecting unto the world each day is enough to make one believe we are more of an aberrational race than a miraculous one.

 

“This is very much an escapist anthem, we’re embracing abandon and recklessness. We hope you enjoy it!”

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The boys are back! Hellions have dropped their long-awaited new single “X (Mwah)” today. Alongside the unveiling of “X (Mwah)”, Hellions have also announced they will be playing a very special hometown launch show at The Lansdowne Hotel in Sydney on Friday March 9.

The first piece of new music from the quartet since the release of their critically-acclaimed theatrical masterpiece Opera Oblivia, “X” is a defeatist ode to recklessness delivered via an ever-colourful riot of punk rock joy. The jam was first revealed in front of a frenzied capacity crowd at UNIFY 18 in what Australian Guitar Magazine called a glorious haze of liveliness and grandeur”.

Hellions guitarist/vocalist Matt Gravolin explains: “60% of the human body consists of water. We are made of stardust atoms. These are remarkable things to contemplate – our very being is miraculous! But considering how few of our actions bear the salubrity of the water we’re composed of and how little light we’re projecting unto the world each day is enough to make one believe we are more of an aberrational race than a miraculous one.

“This is very much an escapist anthem, we’re embracing abandon and recklessness. We hope you enjoy it!”

To celebrate the release of “X”, Hellions will bring the good times, party vibes and grandeur to Sydney’s iconic Lansdowne Hotel on Friday March 9. The boys have some surprises in store for their hometown launch show, with more to be revealed closer to the show (including their special guests). Keep an eye out for future announcements.

Media highlights and accolades:

Opera Oblivia debuted at #4 on the ARIA Chart.

…Opera Oblivia is sonically spot on, scratches the right emotional spots, and is sure to be held up as a genre great.” – 4.5/5 theMusic

“With creative amplitude bellied in scope and a noxious eruption of passionate theatricality, Opera Oblivia redefines the band that redefined Australian hardcore – though never pulling so far from their vulnerable roots as to alienate earlier fans.” – 5/5 Blunt Magazine

If this isn’t one of the finest lyrical albums to come out of the Australian heavy scene in a long, long time, then I will happily eat my own ballsack.” – 9/10 I Probably Hate Your Band

Exhausting and outlandish; exhilarating and confident; Opera Oblivia showcases a rare talent for thinking outside the box.” – 4/5 Rolling Stone

“I know, we’re tired of hype. So am I. But this isn’t imaginary. This is real. Whether you agree or not, Opera Oblivia triumphs.”Hysteria Mag

“Opera Oblivia is their most defining piece of work to date and one of the most exciting things to happen in Australian music this year. It is a collection of carefully intertwined songs, structured as a theoretical presentation that tackles the vast subject of life. There are highs and lows with everything in-between – just how life can be.” Mixdown Mag

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Videos:

The Great Fabricator: Watch Here | Taken from Die Young (2013)
The Penultimate Year: Watch Here | Taken from Die Young (2013)
22: Watch Here | Taken from Die Young (2013)
Infamita: Watch Here | Taken from Die Young (2013)
Nottingham: Watch Here | Taken from Indian Summer (2015)
Hellions: Watch Here | Taken from Indian Summer (2015)
Quality Of Life: Watch Here | Taken from Opera Oblivia (2016)
Thresher: Watch Here | Taken from Opera Oblivia (2016)
X (Mwah): Watch Here | Single (2018)

Album Artwork:

Die Young
Indian Summer
Opera Oblivia
24 / Jesus of Suburbia
X (Mwah)

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Biography:

Hellions – July 2016 – Bio