Jingly yet melodious Australian ratttle-rock on Sub Pop Records
Jingly Australian rattle-rock band that fell into a tub of catchiness at their conception in’13, second EP ‘The French Press’ on the prestigious Sub Pop (Pissed Jeans, Metz, Father John Misty, Beach House) is the irrefutable evidence. Melodious yet deliciously screeching guitars from a band without a frontman complex, as all three (!)guitarists provide song parts. With new single ‘Mainland’, as forerunner for a mature debut, the guys are certainly showing ‘no signs of slowing down in 2018’, as is stated in their bio.
For fans of The Go-Betweens, Allah-Las, Parquet Courts, Preoccupations, The Feelies …
Fun fact Together with collegues/countrymen King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever is vying for the award ‘world’s most unpronounceable tongue-twisting bandname.