The seven-track debut LP encapsulates the band’s hypnotic brand of psych-rock that feels both unnerving and euphoric.
An electric collection of songs displaying front-man Ben Stewart’s impressive lyricism and the skillsets of Albert Doan (guitars), Alex Quayle (bass) and Patrick Murphy (drums) in action.
Much like their previous work, the album overall reads like a classic psychedelic desert rock with blues and heavy metal twists.
Afterthought will be available on February 29 on all streaming services.
There’s nothing better than getting to relive some of your favourite songs and artists on a Wednesday night at The Forum, and Shaggy and Sean Paul were set to deliver.
The Death Of Me is out February 21, 2020, via Resist Records.
It was all systems go down at Footscray Park, Melbourne last weekend (Saturday, February 8) when the well-loved Laneway Festival returned for 2020.
Central Vic’s own Tyson Hodges Trio released their self-titled debut album last month, an instrumental album hard to define with just one genre.
AMOYLC steer away from a concept album to introduce human connection stories of love and loss.