SHOTGUN MISTRESS release video for new single ‘Mary Jane’ (feat. Rusty Brown) & new album ‘Kings Of The Revolution’ out 14th June

Experience the Revolution: Shotgun Mistress Unleashes ‘Mary Jane’

Melbourne, Australia – Since debuting in 2018, Shotgun Mistress has emerged as a force majeure in the rock realm. With the virtuosic Matt Wilcock on guitar, ‘Diamond’ Dave Lee on drums, Ben Curnow on bass, and Glenn Patrick’s magnetic vocals, they’re reshaping the Australian rock landscape. Celebrated for electrifying performances and chart-topping hits such as No Friend Of Mine and Save Me From Myself, the band now introduces their latest single, Mary Jane, from the upcoming album Kings Of The Revolution

Preorder the album (out 14th June) HERE

Mary Jane follows their previous hit Shot Down, which garnered significant attention on platforms such as THE PROJECT, MMM Hard N Heavy, MMM regional (Multiple stations), BROCK, REBEL Network, and SRN. This new single is poised to become another significant success. With the legendary Rusty Brown of Electric Mary contributing vocals, ‘Mary Jane’ offers a powerful blend of bluesy riffs and rock vigour, capturing the dynamic energy of the band and enhancing the momentum from their recent media appearances. 

Their debut album peaked at #16 on the iTunes Album Charts, and with ‘Kings Of The Revolution’ set to drop on June 14, Shotgun Mistress continues to dominate the rock scene. Mary Jane isn’t just a song—it’s an invitation to experience the raw power of rock ‘n’ roll. 

As Shotgun Mistress unveils Mary Jane and gears up for the release of Kings Of The Revolution, they continue to strengthen their position in the Australian rock scene while expanding their global reach. Their music consistently offers thrilling experiences, showcasing their distinctive influence, and lasting appeal. 

In June, the band is set to embark on a significant tour of Japan, performing at:
Tue, June 18: Moonstep, Tokyo 
Wed, June 19: Fire Bird, Tokyo 
Thu, June 20: Hokage, Osaka 
Fri, June 21: Blueport, Kobe 
Sat, June 22: Live House Gym, Fukuyama 
Wed, June 26: Too Nice Records, Kagawa 
Thu, June 27: Huck Finn, Nagoya 
Fri, June 28: Mojo, Kyoto 
Sat, June 29: Buzzfront, Yokohama

This tour marks a crucial phase in their journey, reinforcing their emergence as a global rock powerhouse.

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