In Nov last year, we gave word that Melbourne indie-rock outfit, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever had captured the attention of seminal Independent US Record Label, Sub Pop. Together with the announcement came brand new music.
‘Julie’s Place’ delivered a shredding lead guitar line and tight rhythm section, overlayed with lead singer Fran Keaney’s trademark vocals of heartache and general relationship confusion. Now they’ve released the accompanying visuals presented by ‘Blown Budget’, depicting every suburban nightmare for any share house tenant with a lawn. A reminder to never forget to laff at the mundanes of life.
In addition to being announced on the supreme bill for Sugar Mountain festival (happening in less than two weeks!) the collective will also provide the main support for Canadian indie legends Whitney surrounding their upcoming Laneway Festival appearance.