Ultimately this song feels like an acceptance of doing what needs to be done for your own mental health, even at the cost of disappointing or alienating yourself from people who aren’t supportive of your methods
Even at first listen, you’ll feel like you know the band and you’re certain to be singing along to the chorus, loving every moment.
You can’t deny that this new record has some of the best music that the band has released in a while with fantastic writing, production and musical talent behind it from start to finish. Fans of the band will really like this new album, and newcomers will easily be able to catch on with the great hooks and sweet melodies.
I think it’s nice when everything is feeling drab to have a song that fits in the unapologetically self- indulgent space.
The instruments sound huge but never overbearing or convoluted, which can normally be a big risk with a track like this. The reverb-filled and echoing vocals don’t become lost in it, instead working with the different sounds to drive the track forward.
After coming home, I needed to pull myself to one side and be like “mate, do not get yourself into that position again”. I was just trying to have fun
From the unique and emotional vocals, to the accompaniment that fits perfectly with the distinctive ‘San Mei Sound’, this is a track you’ll fall in love from the first play.
The sheer atmosphere changes that occur within the setlist of the bands longest to date albums could seem juxtapositions at a glance, and you’d be right. But the careful consideration in the formation of the track list makes the journey a smooth ebb and flow rather than a snapping bungee.
Once a small central-coast act and now one of the best up-and-coming, mature artists- E^ST recently blessed our ears with her debut album I’M DOING IT. Although young, she’s has constantly wowed listeners by her maturity, song writing and catchy hooks. This album is no exception.
IMAGES BY TARA CAMPBELL It’s been quite some time since things got crazy with COVID-19, but before it all started, we had Tara Campbell check out Amyl and The Sniffers’ live show at the Newcastle Hotel. Here’s what she got!