Music, Video

We don’t walk

I heard the early mixes for the debut Paper Scissors album the other day and it’s sounding pretty damn hot. Imagine The Clash, The Police, and Modest Mouse all colluding at a secret warehouse party and you’re part of the way to getting a sense of where this Sydney-based group are coming from. It’s a mish mash of sounds, beats, big bass hooks and the half-spoken, half-sung vocals of David Brynesque frontman, Jai Pyne. Their first single, We Don’t Walk, got them a scattering of radio airplay and a legion of tight-jeaned, scarf wearing fans. Yup, indie kids. They’re a breed apart. Their next batch of songs should be dropping soon, so keep an ear out. [see also TPS Are Go; The Paper Scissors]

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