All Mankind will release their debut album ‘Simple Desire’ through SO Recordings on24th October. The album will be preceded by their second single ‘Can You Hear Me’, released on 10th October.
All Mankind (their name was inspired by a line from a Pearl Jam song) are a hook- driven quartet from Sydney who formed in 2008. The band consists of two brothers, Rich and Dave Beeston, alongside their childhood friends Gavin Perkins and Dorny, who all shared a mutual passion for music while growing up. With a well-crafted and highly polished sound pitched somewhere between The Killers and U2 and backed with a visceral and emotional live show everything is in place for All Mankind to join the ranks of the great Australian rock and roll bands. Over the last few years they have toured the globe building a strong fan base worldwide. Their songs have been featured on major US TV shows such as The Hills and Jaime Oliver’s Food Revolution. Album track ‘Break The Spell’ will feature on EA’s FIFA 2012.
‘Simple Desire’ was produced by Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, Razorlight, Foals) and was recorded at the Motor Museum Studio in Liverpool
All Mankind will be touring the UK in October, supporting The Violet May. Here are the dates:
Sat 1 – Sunderland, Plugged Inn
Sun 2 – Inverness, Mad Hatters
Tue 4 – London, Lexington
Thur 6 – Manchester, Alter Ego
Fri 7 – Liverpool, Mojo
Sat 8 – Sheffield, Leadmill
Sun 9 – Leeds, Milo