Band merch allows fans to show their support for their favourite artists while wearing some killer designs. Pop on some tunes and enjoy these 7 fresh band merch prints we’ve gathered for your viewing pleasure.
7. Children’s Crown Hand T-shirt by Bruch
Bruch’s music is entirely self-produced and her eclectic storytelling ability in each song hints hidden meanings with haunting vocal lines. This incredible Children’s Crown print is inspired by her fourth single ‘CROWN’. We love the simplistic line art each unique hand poses to form a crown creating a fresh looking tee.
6. Galaxy T-shirt by The Rave Network
The Rave Network is a massive community known for their authentic festival reviews that come from the heart of the rave scene. Their Galaxy tee features an iconic and symmetrical print packed with colour. Just add a dance floor and some hypnotic beats.
5. World Machine Tour ’86 Pocket T-shirt by Level 42
Level 42 is a legendary funk fusion pop dance-rock cocktail band that we absolutely love. This tee is inspired by their famous world machine tour in 1986. It was considered the band’s breakthrough into mainstream culture. We love the dismantled cog pocket print and the subtle pink tone.
4. Popcorn T-shirt by Deeperfect
The multi-talented Stefano founded Deeperfect in 2001 and is known for his bass-driven tech-house bomb tracks. This Popcorn print is inspired by the Gruuve Wrong File original mix. He used old-fashioned cut-out imagery mashed up with present day graphics to create this sick tee. He’s really getting the most out of Teemill’s full-colour photo quality printing technology.
2. Original Groove Hacker T-shirt by SBL
Scott’s Bass Lessons is on a mission to create a platform to bring world-class bass education to all bass players, without boundaries. The Groove Hacker tee is a simple, neat print that Scott’s community love. Simple, single colour typographical t-shirts work great for Teemill stores with a powerful slogan or an existing audience.
1. Going South T-shirt by The Odd 910
Wow this one gets you straight away. This super sick Going South tee by The Odd 910 looks right at home in a 1960’s psychedelic animation. Inspired by their album ‘Going South’, we love how they’ve disrupted this portrait and made it feel organic. Its one of the most original band tees we’ve seen so far.