Rising from Australia’s underground punk scene, Press Club have become one of Down Under’s hottest bands. Following their previous single, the blistering Headwreck, which drew plaudits from the likes of Kerrang!, Jack Saunders and Dan P. Carter. The band return with a brand new video for latest single Suburbia.
Building slowly, before exploding with energy and Natalie Foster’s distinct vocals, Suburbia was conceived in a garage in Brunswick. Where the band built the song from the verses up and recorded the track live in one day.
Taken from their forthcoming debut album Late Teens, set for release January 25th, the sessions were self-produced at Melbourne’s Aviary Studios and engineered by Guitarist Greg Rietwyk. Prior to committing their sound to tape, the band experimented with arrangements at the home of bassist Rufio MacRae. Converting it into a temporary song-writing sweatshop. Writing over forty songs, before distilling them into the dozen that make up the track list on Late Teens. A 1960’s photo of the MacRae family home graces the Suburbia single cover.
Having been previously been handpicked to support to the likes of Japandroids, Joyce Manor, Cloud Nothings and Dream Wife in Australia, Press Club will be embarking on a UK Tour in April this year.
Pre-order Late Teens on limited colour vinyl / CD / Digital HERE
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