“I knew I wanted to write a song about my hometown and friends, but I couldn’t find the way to get it right.”
The band joke self-deprecatingly that they have always dreamed of being ‘’shy, retiring but ultimately extremely rich and famous rock stars. However, with each passing release, that dream fades’’.
He wanted to create a sonic womb for the listener that was relaxing and comforting
“It’s about growing up and always staying young no matter how old you are and that everyone still has that small child within them.”
‘Thank U for the good. Thank U for the bad. Thank U for everything in between. The changes in the world led to changes in us. Things that break aren’t always bad.’
It reveals what we crave, how we satisfy our cravings, and the impact these cravings have on us.
Gruff vocals are laid over fractured guitar beats that fizzle with a crackle of distortion to create a dreamy, spacey tune that’s charming, mesmerizing and a little rough around the edges.
“The mind can be really limiting sometimes but the mind can also lead to incredible creations with a positive impact on our reality. “
“This tiny pub hidden in a cul de sac is a pure gem and has only pure magic to offer! The sometimes friendly pub dog will be there to welcome you.”
“The line “this is the long and lonely wave” is an acknowledgment of the sadness, confusion, and isolation complex trauma can bring and that healing is a lifelong journey.”
“The self-described ‘’anxious, gay, caffeinated’’ artist explores her feelings in a new relationship, with refreshingly honest lyrics on a backdrop of pop-punk perfection.”
“I have been signed by a feminist label so I owe a lot of gratitude to feminism on that behalf already but also the way female* artists are supporting each other is delightful to witness.”
If you’ve got a car or a van, and some friends, you’ve got a plan – time to hit the road!
“There’s no place you’d rather be than right there kissing them in that orange living room.”
It sounds like a Blade Runner film score if it was made by New Order.
“I’m showing my age or in general Australian Rappers have an inability to mature”
“A whole lotta gritty-disco guitars, eighties drum fills and synths and i guess, a kinda weird voice… In a nutshell sad-bangers.”
“We explored different genres, but the intention was always to give voice to our spirit and emotions”
“The song references the struggles of life as an adult but encourages our younger selves to be strong and push through”
“Going back to our love of digging through worldly music, we’ve found Bulgarian Folk music has this
incredibly captivating element to it”
“You’ was written for my friend’s wife, she was his fiancée at the time and he wanted to write her something (he doesn’t sing lol)”
“I’m addressing things I’m dealing with and bringing them to the light.”
“The track is a snapshot into a moment of emotion, it’s about taking the decision to commit absolutely and supporting someone through tough times.”
“In a time where many of us find ourselves glancing back to the glory days of Y2K, Gloomy June’s sound is pure nostalgia fuel.”
“I was inspired by the sentimental feelings and emotions that we get when we realise something
amazing is about to finish.”
“If people like Christine and the Queens can sing in French and Sigur Ros in their own made-up language, why can’t we sing in Welsh?”
A love story that reminds us of our innermost and innocent desires
“I wrote the song for freedom, peace, love and free expression…into the light”
“I am mainly a guitarist but love all kinds of music and explore this on my albums which can take many different turns”
“We have all tried to convince ourselves that we’ve found ‘the one’ and that turns out not to be the case.”