Their new single, “Angkor Wat”, released August this year, has been aired on Triple M and Triple J Unearthed in Australia, as well as independent radio around the world.
Produced by Matthew Redlich (Holy Holy, Husky), and mastered by Brian Lucey (Arctic Monkeys, The Black Keys), “Angkor Wat” has been described as “glorious” by Australian Music Network, and as “an acid laced space traveller” by Happy Magazine.
Previous single, “East India Empress”, from the debut EP, “Future Cult Classics”, earned radio play on Triple J, Triple M and community radio in Australia, as well as BBC radio and independent radio in the UK.
Produced and mixed by Chris Potter (The Verve, The Rolling Stones),”East India Empress” was dubbed “a dreamy psych expanse” by Triple J’s Declan Byrne, with BBC radio’s Gary Crowley calling it “Impressive stuff and a real Brit Pop tinge… a cracking debut single”.
”Angkor Wat” and “Future Cult Classics” are available to stream now, and via a limited tour edition CD via Band Camp.