Dairyland Youth is back! After the wildly successful “Youth in Asia” tour, which saw Dairyland Youth play to swarms of fans in South Korea and Japan, they now have their sights set on bringing their “incendiary live show” (Daegu Pockets Magazine) to their hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
As you listen to Dairyland Youth’s new CD, “Re:Volting,” you’ll see why they have been chosen to headline The International Pop Overthrow Music Festival on May 8th and have already locked up one date at Summerfest, “The World’s Largest Music Festival,” on Saturday, June 26th.
Dairyland Youth’s reputation for passionate, high energy pop/punk performances started over 20 years ago as they played alongside such bands as Green Day, The Offspring and NOFX. Dairyland Youth’s songs, described by The Shepherd Express as "still ringing with Sonic Youth's rumbling potency, Hüsker Dü's punky hooks, and The Lemonheads' chiming, mumbled melodies," have been exhibited in their recent shows headlining “MSE Fest” at Shank Hall, their homecoming performance before a full house at Bub’s Irish Pub in Germantown and the “Catlick Records’ 21st Anniversary Show” at The Triple Rock Social Club in Minneapolis to kick off the “Youth in Asia” tour.
In the last year, Dairyland Youth has been played on 102.1 WLUM, WMSE and 88.9 Radio Milwaukee in addition to being chosen as the “Artist of the Week” by the international music website “Sun on the Sand” and earning a spot on the Nike Bauer website soundtrack. The release of their first music video for their crowd favorite, “Monkey Repellent Pants”— produced by award-winning photographer, director and stop motion animator, Sylvain Dumais—will be followed in the next month by two more videos, one of which is a live video from their historic performance at Nagoya‘s SiXDOG, a Live House in Japan.
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