Dead Letter Circus have consistently earned their place as one of Australia's most loved modern rock acts, with a handful of classic releases and literally thousands of global touring miles to their name. A staple of both the stage and the airwaves, the Brisbane four-piece have made their artistic mark for over a decade, and this year they emerge from the darkness of the studio with their third and most electric full-length album to date, Aesthesis.
Produced by Forrester Savell and Matthew Bartlem, and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge, Aesthesis bears the familiar grandiosity of Dead Letter Circus. Over 10 incredibly written songs, the band create a vast sonic universe filled with their trademark sound of intricate-yet-danceable rhythms, ocean-sized guitars, and the lofty voice of Kim Benzie. There have been updates and changes to certain aspects of this sound – the inevitable artefacts of a career-long evolution – but, much to the delight of their die hard fans, Dead Letter Circus remain ever faithful to their roots on Aesthesis.