Old rona may be hanging around like a party guest who’s overstayed their welcome, but …
Let us introduce you to Mary Roll. They’re a four-piece band from Albury who dropped their debut, self-titled EP, last year.
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Now, they’ve returned with their latest single, There’s Nothing Left For Us – go get your dancing shoes on; it’s sure to have you moving and grooving.
Inspired by personal experiences, the track is an ode to change and moving on. And sonically, it’s rock and roll with an indie/grunge edge, nodding to the likes of Foo Fighters, Royal Blood and The Black Keys. There’s Nothing Left For Us has got summer festival vibes all over it, and it’s just the track for group singalongs and sunny days.
Call your power company and cancel your plan; Mary Roll has got all the energy you need here.
As a collective, Finn Lockley (guitar/vocals), Jacob “Clarence” Elliot (guitar), Jarrem Toon (drums) and Josh Mutsch (bass) are on fire. There’s Nothing Left For Us champions powerful vocals, solid melodies and tasty bits of riffage (especially in the last minute)—do you really need more convincing that this is a track you should be listening to? Call your power company and cancel your plan; Mary Roll has got all the energy you need here. There’s Nothing Left For Us is Oz rock that’s not just for your dad and another stellar release from our underground scene.
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