ALEKS AND THE RAMPS announce NEW SINGLE and TOUR!


Melbourne’s Aleks and the Ramps are set to release a new digital single; Middle Aged Unicorn on Beach with Sunset onOctober 27th through Gaga Digital. Middle Aged Unicorn on Beach with Sunset is the first taste of Aleks and the Ramps’ forthcoming album due for release early next year.

With references to Shakespeare, Satan, wonky dance floor moves, parental aliens and holiday ennui, Middle Aged Unicorn on Beach with Sunet is the latest weird pop gem to be bestowed upon us from Ramps HQ.

In addition to the release of Middle Aged Unicorn… and its totally rad film clip, Aleks and the Ramps are proud to announce the re-release of their first two (currently unavailable) albums; Pisces vs Aquarius (2007) and Midnight Believer (2009).

All three releases will be available in digital format on October 27th through iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, etc.

From basketball uniforms to teensy kitten shirts to sparkly after-dinner wear, Aleks and the Ramps have become known for a colourful and mildly leotarded stage show. Early years of equipment smashing chaos and interpretive dance moves have slowly given way to a more elegant stage show of fancy DIY lighting and an ecstatic pop sound like nothing else.

 

Shit still gets pretty unhinged though.

 

See Aleks and the Ramps launch their single
Middle Aged Unicorn on Beach with Sunset at:

MELBOURNE
Thursday 10 November
Buffalo Club

SYDNEY
Friday 11 November
The Gate

NEWCASTLE
Saturday 12 November
Venue TBA

And also playing at:

SYDNEY
Sunday 13 November
Newtown Festival

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