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The quartet work through a taut set that bounces ebbs and flows from sonic aggression to tempered vulnerability with grace and precision.
"In order to grow as a group, we had to know what each other’s strengths and weaknesses were," says Charge Group's Matt Blackman.
The lack of a market means the band moves at a "relatively slow pace".
Frontman for cinematic-pop band Charge Group, Matt Blackman tells Dave Drayton about their place in Australia’s spoon-fed music industry and their self-titled latest album.