Melbourne hard rock outfit Dangerous Curves are set to drop their second album Summertime Highs on July 16, an album which expands on their glam rock roots and shows the band moving even more into a territory bearing their signature sounds.
After debut album So Dirty Right cemented Dangerous Curves as a band on the rise with it’s 80s L.A Sunset Strip vibe, Summertime Highs expands on that familiar sound, breaking new ground for the band and offering up a slab of rock fuelled goodness that will serve to broaden their reach even further.
Bass player Will Saw Joined HEAVY just ahead of the album’s release.
“Being the first album – I joined the band around 2018, so second album for the band, first album for me – Cammy came in with a few riffs, our guitarist, some were a bit heavier, some were a bit softer, and we’ve just gone for a nice blend of both,” Saw explained. “The last album was very much that 80s glam L.A sort of rock style, but with this one we’ve still kept our favourite elements of that era but put it out our own way and shifted towards a more modern sound.”
In the full interview Will talks us through the album a bit more, the single Good And The Bad, surviving Covid as a band, the postponement of their launch party on July 16, the line between imitation and inspiration and where to draw it and more.