Courtesy of Travis Barker’s cultural renaissance and the prominence of artists like Machine Gun Kelly …
Sydney’s Del-Slackers have single-handedly put a smile on our faces this past year with their tunes that sound like sunshine and good times.
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Their latest offering, Waste My Day, is no exception. It’s a fun-filled, indie number with its tongue planted firmly in its cheek, and it was inspired by being unemployed and making the most of your days – pretty relatable stuff if you ask us!
Fuzzy tones and simple but consistent drum beats anchor the track. And they are the perfect backdrop to the cruisy vocals of Jack Isaacs. Isaacs, who is the mastermind behind Del-Slackers, has worn his love for garage, surf and grungy rock on his sleeve. So there’s no doubt that fans of local legends like Hockey Dad, Dune Rats, and The Chats will fall in love with this one.
Waste My Day is a bright and bubbly blend of noise. And, coming in at just under two minutes, it is anything BUT a waste of your time.
And whether you’re looking for a song to add to another of your chill playlists on Spotify or one to incite a singalong at your local skate park, Waste My Day has got you covered. If big melodies and even bigger bops aren’t your thing, you may want to give this one a miss (we will 100% be judging you for your bad decisions, though). Waste My Day is a bright and bubbly blend of noise. And, coming in at just under two minutes, it is anything BUT a waste of your time. Give this one a listen now.
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