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“RIP SWH” says one half of the band
We’re invited at one point by Franz to sing happy birthday to McKee, who, we’re told, is turning “an unnamed age.” The only downside tonight is that their set is so short.
Hanging around with random people in a pub is difficult enough when you’re drunk and a nobody, let alone sober and a buzz-band. Good stuff.
A few of Melbourne's finest shape up with the already announced Beasts Of Bourbon.
With few of their songs reaching the three-minute mark, the set is short and sweet, although it seems as though most of this audience could have danced and swooned to the tunes of Super Wild Horses all night.
"Some were clearly not as polished as we’d come to expect of ourselves now, so those songs were put on the backburner for us to work on later."
"We were really conscious of trying to fill the gaps that our first record had, which was just two instruments, two vocals and nothing much in between."
It makes for a refreshing break from all the over-produced electronica that seems to be dominating the airways of late.
Crosswords is a brilliant follow-up to their debut and bears witness to the duo’s growth as musicians.
“The album just came out today, so we’re pretty excited. And uh, yeah, getting ready to play again.”