Airbourne Reveal Theme Of 'Breakin' Outta Hell' Album


(TeamRock) Airbourne say their upcoming fourth album Breakin' Outta Hell was made to help people get through a "hard time." The Australian band also say that the follow-up to 2013's Black Dog Barking embodies their own life motto, 'World off, music on.'

Singer and guitarist Joel O'Keeffe told a press conference in Paris: "Breakin' Outta Hell, it's for everybody that's having a hard time, or even if you've just had a hard week at work, or at university studying, trying to learn economics or stuff that you don't know what the f*** is going on, and you're, like, 'I just wanna rock.'

"Anyone who's having a bit of a sh*t day, we've got a saying, it's called, 'World off, music on.' So that's what it's about. Breakin' Outta Hell - and rock'n'roll is your one-way ticket out."

They say their song When I Drink I Go Crazy is based on a night out they were on - during which Joel stood in the middle of the road "directing traffic like a ninja." here.

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