Premiere: Listen to 'Spill', a thumping new indie anthem from Byron Bay's PLTS

Premiere: Listen to 'Spill', a thumping new indie anthem from Byron Bay's PLTS

They've also just signed with Collective Artists ahead of an upcoming BIGSOUND appearance.

A relatively fresh new favourite out of the Byron Bay music scene, PLTS are today premiering with us an anthemic new single, Spill, which drops on the eve of their upcoming BIGSOUND appearance and with news they've signed to Collective Artists agency. Working with producer JP Fung (Last Dinosaurs, Art Vs Science), PLTS have crafted an energetic slice of indie-rock that's another example of their fantastic versatility in the Aussie indie/punk/rock scene: "With Spill we again worked with JP Fung due to his intelligent approach to songwriting. His polished execution worked wonders for this track," says vocalist Kit Bray. "Lyrically, Spill is an examination of the modern love story and how it’s somewhat failing. Taking in to account social pressures, anxieties, drugs and alcohol - the song deals with the letting go and moving on from relationships, capturing that fragile period of acceptance."

The track comes with even more news, in that they'll be joining Hands Like Houses on their Australian tour later in the year, check all the dates (including BIGSOUND), once you've tucked into Spill, below:

TOUR DATES:

Tue 5 Sep – The Zoo (BIGSOUND)

Thu 7 Sep – The Brightside - Outdoor (BIGSOUND)

Fri 6 Oct - 170 Russell, Melbourne w/ Hands Like Houses

Sat 7 Oct - UC Refectory, Canberra w/ Hands Like Houses

Fri 13 Oct - Metro Theatre, Sydney w/ Hands Like Houses

Sat 14 Oct - The Triffid, Brisbane w/ Hands Like Houses

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