Combining lo fi punk, new-wave power pop and emotional storytelling, Bradley Cork, Sean Lees and Tom Bamford came together from different genre backgrounds and bonded over a mutual love of music and creating to fuse these elements into their own music; interlocking energetically and sonically to create something whole and real.
This year sees the release of their debut self-titled record, their most accomplished and inspired recording yet. With the aim of capturing the spirit of their live show, the band set out to record the album on an isolated farm in Wiseman’s Ferry in regional NSW. With producer Dan Holdsworth, the band were challenged to try new and complex arrangements, strengthening and further energising the material they had worked on throughout 2018. The result is a startling clarity to be found within gritty indie rock, as can be seen in the striking singles, ‘Moving Magnets’ and ‘Can’t Be Seen’.
The latest single ‘Can’t Be Seen’ showcases the band as an empowering and driving force, with melodic guitars and distinguished vocals aplenty. The upcoming video shows a more light-hearted side of the band. Here, they counter the song’s weightier subject matter of dependence and acceptance, to soundtrack a band audition gone wrong.
|November 8, 2019 6:45 pm||EL SOL|