California power-trio Radio Moscow have returned to Australia and will bring their retro sound to Bunbury this weekend.
The band are touring their new album, New Beginnings.
The powerful 10-track ‘blues rock ride’ is their fifth album.
New Beginnings follows 2016’s Live in California, which received critical acclaim.
Singer and guitarist Parker Griggs said it had been too long between Australian gigs.
“We can’t wait to return to your land,” he said.
“It is only our second time down there – we’re stoked to return.”
The album was listed as the Best Heavy Pysch Album of 2016 by New York Music Daily.
The hard-hitting band have paved their own sonic niche path in international blues, rock and psych scenes since they formed in 2003.
Their sound is influenced by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and Cream.
Radio Moscow’s strong rock riffs combine with blues for a renowned live experience.
This awe-inspiring performance style has seen the band regularly play some of the world's largest festivals including Ride Festival, Desert Daze, Electric Funeral and Psycho California.
The three-piece have supported the likes of Graveyard, Witchcraft, Joe Bonamassa and Pentagram throughout Europe, North America, South America and Australasia.
The band will be supported by WA favourites The Southern River Band, powerhouse girl group Legs Electric and Perth grunge pop band Flossy.
Radio Moscow will play The Prince of Wales Hotel on Sunday, July 1. Doors open at 6pm. Tickets are available from oztix.com.au.