Premiere: Listen to TV Housemates, a skeezy new single from the Goldy's CRUM

Premiere: Listen to TV Housemates, a skeezy new single from the Goldy's CRUM

Taken from their debut EP Waster, coming to your earholes this November.

Gold Coast-based trio CRUM are stumbling hazily towards their v-anticipated debut EP Waster, due in November this year, and we're frothing to premiere a new single from it - TV Housemates. Recorded, produced and mixed by Darek Mudge (Screemfeeder, Intercooler) and mastered by Bryce Moorhead (Violent Soho, Walken), it's drenched in skeezy bong water, poured all over the party thanks to a couple of deadbeats who overstayed their welcome this one time: "TV Housemates is a song about a pair of glumpers we used to live with, that watched a detrimental amount of TV. They were like a pair of tumorous blobs growing in our living room, relishing in their own laziness and stench. It got so bad one afternoon I had to rescue Filthy (Filip Battley) from an ass crevasse they had made on the couch. His cries for help still haunt me and he's never been the same," says lead singer/guitarist, Daniel Lawrie.

The track comes with the exciting news they're joining the lineup for the upcoming BEST NIGHT EVER, which sounds pretty bloody good, with Dune Rats, DZ Deathrays, WAAX, The Gooch Palms, Totty and Raave Tapes taking over Nightquarter on the Goldy on December 29. And there's more dates coming soon, but until then, enjoy TV Housemates below:

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