The band toured UK/Europe in 2016 and 17, playing to 1500 people in Barcelona, selling out London and Manchester shows and recording sessions for BBC6 and Radio X. In Australia they played summer festivals, supported Teenage Fanclub and US Girls, and were featured on ABC evening news as a Brisbane hometown success story.
In 2017 they flew to Melbourne to record a new album with James Cecil and Cameron Bird, respectively former/current members of Architecture In Helsinki.
The new record shows how much can change between the ages of 17 and 19. It's a record that takes the enthusiasms of youth and twists them into darker, more sophisticated shapes. The band have kept busy in Australia this year playing shows with Angel Olsen, Perfume Genius and Protomartyr.
“This is the sound of growing up smart” - Pitchfork
“Classic Brisbane pop” - Uncut
“Like living in a great coming-of-age film” - The Guardian