King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard have released two new live albums to help raise funds for animal organisations during Australia’s ongoing bushfire crisis.
Both records are taken from live shows the genre-defying legends played last year – one at Thebarton Theatre in Adelaide back in July, and another at L’Olympia in Paris back in October.
Both albums feature pretty diverse setlists. There’s a bevy of highlights from the two records they released in 2019 – the metal-oriented Infest the Rats’ Nest and boogie-stompin’ Fishing for Fishies – along with a generous serve of the ~hits.
All in all it’s a pretty sweet deal. You get a cracker live album that demonstrates why King Gizz are one of the most in-demand acts around to see in the flesh, and you get to contribute to an excellent cause while you’re at it.
The albums are available to purchase through King Gizz’s official Bandcamp page. They’re $10 a pop and all proceeds will be donated to Animals Australia and Wildlife Victoria.
Head here to check out both albums.
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