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A bunch of emerging and established talent from the Central Coast come together
The [original] song, Fuck Winter, was a bit too happy – it sounded like a, you know, Coke ad or Channel Ten ad or something like that for summertime – so it wasn’t really where we were going in the studio, so we had to get a big dirty sound up.
They'll be getting around the country in June and July.
They'll show you what their new album is all about.
“We had this song called Fuck Winter, and we brought it in and it’s this real sort of boppy, upbeat number and a tinge of country but also it was a heavy rock song. It was really good, real summery and we were jamming it out and I think accidentally played the chord and it sounded cool and then Scott [Chapman – bass] played the wrong chord. Then we’re all playing the wrong thing until all of a sudden, we were playing this, dark heroin-dredgy thick piece of music, and we’re all just sitting on the A Minor chord looking at each other thinking, ‘This is fuckin’ bullshit!’ right? So I’m like, ‘Stop, stop, stop – lunchtime’. So everyone went to lunch and I sat in there and wrote a whole brand new song from that one little chord we were jamming on.”
Have a listen to what to expect from the band's long-awaited new album.
The likes of The Medics, Urthboy, Royal Headache, Seth Sentry join the bill
Surprisingly rock album from the Central Coast pop-punk kids