Polish Club gifted us six new tracks and announced another Oz tour this week

Polish Club gifted us six new tracks and announced another Oz tour this week

Kick out the jams!

Not content with sitting back and enjoying what has been a banner year that's included their debut album and an ARIA Award nomination amongst many other things, Polish Club just casually dropped their Okie Dokie EP last week. Featuring lead single Gimme Money, it's a typically rawkus affair, and perhaps worth noting that the song lengths over the course of Okie Dokie are generally much longer than most of the tracks on their debut LP, Alright Already. What that means I do no kow, maybe they're just enjoying kicking out the jams a little longer at the moment. Either way now we're getting quality AND quantity. And that can only be a very good thing.

On the EP's release, drummer John Henry says: "We're not here to fuck around, our process is pretty quick and easy so we might as well keep up the pace. We wrote Gimme Money a week or two before recording." More new Polish Club is just a win all round as far as I'm concerned, so tuck into Okie Dokie below, and catch 'em live as they head around the country one more time for 2017 for the Christmas In December national tour - all dates down the bottom:

TOUR DATES:

Fri 1 Dec - The Zoo, Brisbane w/ West Thebarton & Diet

Sat 2 Dec - Metro Theatre, Sydney w/ West Thebarton & Diet

Fri 8 Dec - The Croxton, Melbourne w/ West Thebarton & Diet

Fri 15 Dec - Uni Bar, Adelaide w/ West Thebarton & Diet

Sat 16 Dec - Rosemount, Perth w/ West Thebarton & Stella Donnelly

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