Exclusive: Together Pangea try Vegemite and unveil love letter to Oz - 'Stare At The Sun'

Exclusive: Together Pangea try Vegemite and unveil love letter to Oz - 'Stare At The Sun'

The LA rockers' new album Bulls And Roosters is out tomorrow, Friday 25 August.

LA rockers Together Pangea are on the verge releasing their new album, Bulls And Roosters, and want Aussie fans to know how much they love them by very kindly giving us one of the LP's tracks - Stare At The Sun - a day early. But first, an important message from the group regarding who much they fucking LOVE vegemite:

Bulls And Roosters is out tomorrow, and it follows on from a pretty healthy back catalogue, with the most recent release coming in the form of 2015's The Phage EP. Stare At The Sun is track number 9 on the new record, and along with the track being a Australia-focused, it's also become weirdly prophetic given the events of this week and old mate Donald's Trump penchant for glaring at the sun. Regardless of all this, the track itself is just an absolute summer breeze, perfect beach-rock that while a little early for our summer, definitely transports you there. And who knows, maybe they'll transport themselves down here for our summer. Check out Stare At The Sun below, and keep your ears peeled for the rest of the LP tomorrow.

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