Premiere: Prepare yourself world, Pleasure Coma doth arrive with their debut single, Waiting

Premiere: Prepare yourself world, Pleasure Coma doth arrive with their debut single, Waiting

The brainchild of Aus' music legend Tasker finally unleash their first salvo.

With a bunch of shows already under their sweaty belts, including supporting the likes of Gooch Palms and Bleeding Knees Club and hitting stages at King Street Crawl and Splendour In The Grass, Pleasure Coma today arrive with their manic debut single, Waiting. Comprising of "four upstanding young Centrelink beneficiaries who hail from all parts of NSW", the band has a 3-track EP called Naked in the bank, recorded entirely inside lead singer/guitarist Tasker's Redfern sharehouse. And that very sharehouse features in the scuzzy video clip you're about to see for Waiting, a video that Tasker says is "an obscure attempt to represent the track's lyrics of being fed bullshit from the music industry, which in the long run, gets you nowhere. All the vomiting filmed in the deleted scenes was also a testament to the fact that humans should stay clear of milk."

And the 22-year-old is no stranger to the music industry biz, already having songwriting credits on tracks by Tia Gostelow and Kinder, alongside solo productions working with artists like G Flip and Alison Wonderland. He brings all of that experience, along with a ferocious, manic energy to the Pleasure Coma project, and we're very fucking excited to see where it goes in 2019 and beyond.

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