Noted Australian treasure Peter Bibby releases bloody new video for 'Medicine'

Noted Australian treasure Peter Bibby releases bloody new video for 'Medicine'

Make sure you catch him at BIGSOUND everybody.

In our own humble opinion one of the many must-see acts coming up at BIGSOUND next week is surely Peter Bibby. Maybe its a bit of home town bias, but whatever, the dude can write a fucking tune - case in point, latest single Medicine. His first track since 2014 debut album Butcher/Hairstylist/Beautician, it's another expedition in storytelling that many of us can relate to - being sick for seemingly forever, a situation Bibby found himself in and one that inspired Medicine: "The doctors could not wrap their heads around. Their only solution was good health! Unhappy about the lack of healing pills they were giving me, I wrote this song in protest. After playing it in pubs for the last 6 or 7 years I thought it was time I gave it a proper release. Please enjoy."

It comes with an equally excellent video clip, shot in Perth by Aaron McCann and gory as hell. Check it out below, and catch him at BIGSOUND where he's playing a couple of shows - dates down the bottom:

BIGSOUND DATES:

Tue 5 Sep - Ric's Big Backyard (11:30pm)

Thu 7 Sep - The Foundry (11:40pm)

Follow Peter Bibby: FACEBOOK

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