Listening Post

Yet another great band coming out of Australia, listen to the new track from Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

They hail from Melbourne and this first track from their new EP sounds a bit like The War On Drugs

It’s been noted before, but worth saying again, that this year a lot of good music has originated from Australia. Our personal favourites have included The Goon Sax, Julia Jacklin and Gabriella Cohen.

Here’s another, from Melbourne, and they’ve just signed to Sub Pop in the States.

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever‘s frontman Fran Keaney sounds a lot like The War On Drugs’ Adam Granduciel or Interpol’s Paul Banks.

In the band it’s two cousins (Fran, and Joe) and two brothers (Tom and Joe R), and drummer called Marcel.

‘Julie’s Place’ is the first track to come off a new EP lined up for 2017.

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