Premiere: Pot Plant House Party - Safe In Your Skin

Premiere: Pot Plant House Party - Safe In Your Skin

Take a first listen to the WA four-piece’s emotional new cut ahead of full-length album

Following up a massive 18 months that’s seen them tour WA with Psychedelic Porn Crumpets and share stages with the likes of Sly Withers, Ruby Fields, Beddy Rays, Gyroscope and more, today we get a first listen to the new one from Boorloo / Perth’s Pot Plant House Party, in the form of Safe In Your Skin, out Thursday July 7, but premiering on Pilerats today!

Hot on the heels of last single Hollow, Safe In Your Skin is an emotionally charged, anthemic cut of catchy indie-punk vibes that sees the group further refining their sound, being entirely self-produced and engineered. 

With a full-length record due out later in the year, the band say Safe In Your Skinwas the benchmark song for writing the album. It was the first song from a collection of work that we finished writing in September last year.

The aim for it was just to be an upfront, energetic track that served the personal lyrics harmoniously. Writing this track was a refreshing experience that acted as a launch pad for the sound we strived for the rest of the album.

Give Safe In Your Skin a listen now and stay tuned for more details on the album!

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