New Wave Pioneers Mi-Sex Release First New Single In 25 Years

4 February 2016 | 11:17 am | Staff Writer

Performing two shows this April.

For the first time in 25 years, New Zealand-founded new wave band Mi-Sex have dropped a brand new single with Somebody and are gearing up to launch the track at exclusive shows in Sydney and Melbourne. 

The veteran outfit's new single marks the first offering since signing with new Sydney label Golden Robot Records and the release includes four bonus tracks and reworked versions of some of their biggest hits including Computer Games and People.

Mi-Sex will launch the record at Sydney's Bridge Hotel on 1 April, followed by a performance at Melbourne's Memo Music Hall the very next night .

After forming in 1977, Mi-Sex rose to fame led by the late Steve Gilpin, alongside Don Martin and Kevin Stanton. 

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After Gilpin's untimely passing in 1992, the band briefly reformed on stage in 2011 for the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal.

The upcoming shows will see Steve Balbi of Noiseworks fame take on frontman duties — for more details, head to theGuide.