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01. Nelipot – Lucy’s Better
Genre: Indie rock, from: Australia, for fans of: The Strokes, The Hives, The Libertines
Nelipot are a rock three piece from the Central Coast of Australia who say their music is inspired by the mundane. Their latest single Lucy’s Better is an energetic rock composition with guitar solos you’ll love.
02. Close Talker – Arm’s Length
Genre: shoegaze, from: Canada, for fans of: Yukon Blonde, We Are The City
Close Talker are a Canadian band who are about to release their new album How Do We Stay Here? this September. On new single Arm’s Length the band comment:
‘Arms Length’ strikes a deep chord with each of us. It was the first song we wrote for the album and the first song we recorded.
03. Crystal Cities – I Hear a Cold Wind Calling
Genre: indie rock, from: Australia, for fans of: The National, Band of Horses
I Hear a Cold Wind Calling is the second single from Sydney dream rockers Crystal Cities acclaimed debut album Under the Cold Light of the Moon. The track comes with a brooding video in which the character tries to find a new purpose after hearing the cold wind calling.
04. Let’s Be Giants – Come Find Me
Fronted by singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Esther Spiegelman, Let’s Be Giants is a brand new indie band out of Canada. Come Find Me is the first single to be lifted from the band’s debut EP and was produced and recorded by Esther herself.
05. Andy Clockwise – The Lucky Ones
Genre: post punk, From: Australia, for fans of: Echo & The Bunnymen, Psychedelic Furs, David Bowie
“If rock ‘n roll is dead, shoot me in the head” is the opening line of of Andy Clockwise’s anthemic new single The Lucky Ones. The Australian multi-instrumentalist has a voice that is reminiscent of David Bowie paired with synths straight out of post punk’s heyday.