Premiere: No Sister share the clip for My New Career ahead of EP release

Premiere: No Sister share the clip for My New Career ahead of EP release

The Melbourne group will share their forthcoming EP, Influence, on August 23rd.

Header image by Jack Riddle.

If you're yet to be acquainted, No Sister are a guitar-backed four-piece out of Melbourne who, since their self-titled debut album back in 2016, have stepped forward as a versatile name in a blossoming Melbourne punk scene. Through two albums (their debut and its 2017 follow-up), the group have constantly experimented with the rock genre and tackled the many sounds this genre can float between, whether it be subtle indie, ambitious indie-punk compared to 80s Sonic Youth, or touching post-punk, the latter of which particularly influencing their latest single, My New Career.

Releasing as the first tease of their forthcoming new EP Influence (out independently on August 23rd), My New Career unites pacing guitar rhythms and percussive palettes with lyrics "exploring a simultaneously hyperbolic but very real sense of DIY feminism," incorporating nods to 80s musical icons and local artists as the group truly introduce themselves as a band worth exploring. Within, they also present yet another sound to their discography, channelling these post-punk sounds for a down-tempo take on the genre built around layering melodies, something that really grows as the track only becomes more complex as it continues. It also arrives with an official, self-directed video clip - largely centred around them playing the track in an empty warehouse scattered with flowers - so dive into it all below before the full EP release later this year:

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