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Frenzal Rhomb, the most hospitalised band in the world (Seriously, everything from broken drumming arms and detached guitar-playing retinas to an actual pig-borne tapeworm in the lead singer’s brain), have announced a run of shows in December and January to keep the Hi-Vis High Tea Boom alive.In case you have been living down a mine shaft, Hi-Vis High Tea is Frenzal Rhomb’s ninth full-length punk rock record. And just like a ninth child to a religious family, they are really getting good at it. Recorded once again by Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Black Flag) and Jason Livermore at The Blasting Room in Fort Collins, Colorado, Hi-Vis High Tea is a concept album about a whole bunch of different concepts. 20 songs clocking in at just over 30 minutes, but what they lack in length they make up for in brevity.