Late Teens y Wasted Enery, los dos discos de Press Club, es lo que sucede cuando cuatro músicos de Melbourne, Australia, se unen para crear un grupo de trabajo completamente desprovisto de la influencia externa de sellos discográficos y productores . Responden sólo a ellos mismos.
Desde que tocaron en su primer show en febrero de 2017, Press Club han realizado giras sin parar, tocando con artistas como The Smith Street Band, Clowns, Cloud Nothings, Dream Wife, Japandroids, Iron Chic, Polish Club y Joyce Manor, además de en los mejores festivales de Australia: NYE On The Hill, Falls Festival, Festival of the Sun, Bigsound, Fairgrounds y Melbourne Music Week. Para 2020 están confirmados en Europa para grandes citas como Leeds , Reading Festival, Greenbelt y Reeperbahn.
Late Teens by Press Club is what happens when four musicians from Melbourne, Australia come together to create a body of work entirely devoid of outside influence from record labels, producers and the like, being answerable to only themselves.
Over six weeks the band took over bass player Iain MacRae’s house in the town of Brunswick East converting it into a temporary song-writing sweatshop where the band wrote forty songs that were distilled into the dozen that make up the track list on Late Teens. Relying upon the experiences of their friends and people they know as subject matter, Late Teens thematically approaches displacement, relationships, internal turmoil, gentrification and inequality.
The album was recorded truly live over one week at The Aviary studios, Melbourne with guitarist, Greg Rietwyk, at the helm. The band used minimal over dubs to create an unadulterated, and as honest record as possible.
The buzz-saw guitar laden, self-assertion of ‘Headwreck’, the first single from Late Teens received loyal attention from music lovers and radio alike.
Landing high rotation at Australia’s triple j and Fbi radio, as well as scoring FBi radio’s Indie Artist of the Week status. Other tracks ‘My Body’s Changing’ and the naked, delicate vulnerability of ‘Suburbia’ reflect the band’s broad song-writing pallet and diverse sonic mastery.
The album’s breadth of quality is by no means limited to its singles. Title track ‘Late Teens’ experiments with deconstructing conventions of form and ‘Stay Low’ is as dynamic as it is disarming. Late Teens traverses a humongous musical landscape, something many in the modern music world are afraid to do.
Since playing their first show in February ’17, Press Club have toured non- stop, playing with the likes of The Smith Street Band, Clowns, Cloud Nothings, Dream Wife, Japandroids, Iron Chic, Polish Club and Joyce Manor. And playing many of Australia’s finest festivals: NYE On The Hill, Falls Festival, Festival of the Sun, Bigsound, Fairgrounds and Melbourne
There was plenty of buzz surrounding Melbourne punks Press Club, and they didn’t disappoint, with firebrand frontwoman Natalie Foster proving she has one of the strongest set of pipes that we’ve heard in a while. Rolling Stone
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