Exclusive: Last Quokka run riot on new EP Randwick, drop new video for Football Star

Exclusive: Last Quokka run riot on new EP Randwick, drop new video for Football Star

They launch both this Saturday 15 September at The Bird.

We've been big raps for Perth four-piece Last Quokka since they launched onto the scene a couple of years ago - their no muss, no fuss brand of political punk-rock a refreshing burst of energy on our sometimes to-cool-for-school music scene. And we're pleased to say that hard-and-fast attitude continues on new EP Randwick, which officially drops this Friday. Recorded at Randwick Studios in Hamilton Hill with Jordan Shakespeare earlier this year, the typically firey seven-tracker finds the group as angry (Hurt), politically-charged (Australia Fair) , and on occasion irreverant (Melbourne Weather) as ever.

We're also stoked to offer a little two-for-one deal today, with the EP's lead track Football Star getting a visual treatment from Billy Bowen, and taking a wonderful little stab at our national game at a particularly potent what with the finals kicking off last weekend and all. The track barely scrapes above a minute, but we think you'll get the message.

And finally you can help the fellas celebrate the EP's release this Saturday 15 September at The Bird, where they'll be joined by Tanaya Harper, Mū and Regular Boys for the princely sum of 10 bones - get more info HERE.

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