Is punchy, indie-rock your vibe? Do you spin Ali Barter, The Preatures or Tegan and …
If you haven’t yet listened to The Wolston Butchers latest EP, we have one question: what the heck are you doing?!
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Third Time Lucky follows a stack of killer singles (and an equally killer debut). Bringing the noise, it blends the nostalgic, skate punk of the ’90s with the bands unique brand of hardcore.
Produced by the legendary Troy Brady (ex-Amity), the EP gives rise to a soundscape that just screams ‘gigs’. Built with visions of punters on their mate’s shoulders in mind; it’ll undoubtedly have crowds going when it does hit the stage. Lyrically, the five-piece was inspired by environmental issues, personal growth, relationships and their experiences as musicians. What ties each track together is the band’s signature tongue-in-cheek, punk rock attitude, and it’s this that really makes Third Time Lucky shine.
Third Time Lucky is chock full of tracks that’ll be buried deep inside your head.
Readers who spin NOFX, Pennywise and Propagandhi on the regular are sure to gravitate towards this release; as will fans of our national treasures Frenzal Rhomb, Clowns and Being Jane Lane. From record opener Blokes Of The World to Plastic Should Be Your Middle Name, the EP is chock full of tracks that’ll be buried deep inside your head (give it a listen, you’ll see what we did there).
The Wolston Butchers have imbued their second EP with their signature flair, proving they know exactly how to craft punchy tunes. Third Time Lucky is a wild ride and a sign of huge things to come. Buckle up.
STANDOUT TRACKS: Blokes Of The World, Stay, Bring The Meat
STICK THIS NEXT TO: Frenzal Rhomb, Clowns, Being Jane Lane