The band have shared the stage with the like of Royal Blood, Wolfmother, Rise Against, Halestorm amongst many other notable kiwi acts.
Although the band don't like to take themselves too seriously, the album continues to expand on the emotional themes of the lead single, and is inspired by many of the tough situations the band has been through over the last few years.
“After we finished recording the album, upon listening back, we started to see a theme running through the album,” they explain. “The concept for Misbehaviour came from the idea that it feels like life can often misbehave. Like it's pushing against you just to piss you off. Lyrically the album is drawn from many of the tough situations that life throws at you - relationship difficulties, family issues, mental health struggles, breakups, building a house, selling a house... many of the struggles we all go through at some point in our lives.”
Live, Dead Favours are a growing force to be reckoned with, performing scorching sets at Rock The Park and Homegrown, while gaining major supports for Rise Against, Royal Blood and Halestorm.
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