Premiere: Watch the charming new video for Betty & Oswald's latest single, Schmuck

Premiere: Watch the charming new video for Betty & Oswald's latest single, Schmuck

The Sydney four-piece are killing it right now.

Sydney band Betty & Oswald made their triumphant return to the Aussie indie-rock scene a few weeks ago with new single, Schmuck. Mixed by Simon Todkill (The Griswolds/The Rubens), the track is a slinky little jam that oozes 70s charm and a grungy disco feel, with hints of psychedelia for a track that isn't afraid to switch things up throughout its three-and-a-half minute running time. And today we are quite chuffed to premiere the song's perfectly retro-infused video clip, featuring the four-piece going through the motions at what would probably pass as one of those temporary blue light discos set up down at the local RSL. There is nothing not to love about this band, and we are fully on board for whatever comes in the rest of the year:

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