Premiere: Pot Plant House Party share a riff-fuelled new epic, Here A While

Premiere: Pot Plant House Party share a riff-fuelled new epic, Here A While

The group, containing some of Perth's brightest musical minds, continues to soar with another brilliant single.

Since their self-titled 2018 debut release, it's been clear that Pot Plant House Party were onto something special. The Perth-based rock outfit are a super-group of sorts, taking members from some of the state's brightest bands (Sly Withers' Jono Mata and Flossy's newly-joining drummer Charlie Smith) and some local legends incredibly familiar to the Perth indie and rock scenes (lead vocalist Seb Davies and bassist Daniel Bromley); combining their strengths together to create a band among Perth's most exciting.

With a pair of singles across the past few months - Fuel Light and June highlight Orbit - the four-piece have introduced the world to an energetic, punk-leaning sound that's just as nostalgic for the big guitar riffs of the 90s as it is forward-thinking and in-line with what's around almost 30 years later. Their sound is slick and refined with each member highlighting each other's strengths, yet also shaded with this rawness only DIY music can bring: the rich, lingering fuzziness of Orbit an example of this that doesn't take away from the track, but rather adds to it instead.

Their new single, Here A While, is a burst of energy that picks up from where Orbit takes off, with the group launching into three-minutes-thirty of rushing guitar riffs and vocals, which this time around, feels more present and group-encompassing: Seb, Daniel and Jono all take on vocal duties throughout the tracks, allowing the group's tightness and across-the-board talent to shine through. 

They're launching the track at Lucy's Love Shack on November 29th and will be supporting Gyroscope (!) at Jack Rabbit Slim's on November 8th, but in the meantime, dive into Here A While below and get swept up in Pot Plant House Party's storm:

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