These lyrical cornerstones, along with the undeniable ferocity of the three-piece, make a compelling debut release. Gareth Liddiard aptly describes the band as occupying musical territory “between the Bangles and Black Flag.”
Recorded over the Easter weekend in 2017 with Liddiard at his home in the Goulburn Valley, Modern Convenience documents the band's creative alchemy and unique approach to song writing. “The isolated rural backdrop provided a perfect combination of clear-cut focus and cabin fever to get the job done,” explains Dunn.
Noisy, subversively catchy and rhythmically sophisticated, girl group/60s surf is thrown on its head in an aggressive turn of tables which leaves the listener contemplating capitalism, consumerism and the black market price of a human kidney.
Release: April 6th, Poison City Records
Words: Future Popes