Premiere: Radolescent announce their debut album with new single, Tuck Me In

Premiere: Radolescent announce their debut album with new single, Tuck Me In

The Gold Coast four-piece will share their debut album, Prehab, with the world on May 31st.

There's a lot to love in Gold Coast four-piece Radolescent, and it's something they're quickly taking advantage of. Since the release of their debut EP, 2017's four-track Scrape Ya Plate, the rockers have blossomed into an act that champions everything Australia seems to adore in the surf-rock brands of acts like Skegss and Good Doogs but in a bit of a different way, taking that light-hearted energy and pumping it full of punk-y guitar riffs and soaring vocals which are as catchy as they are rough and hazy; marrying that fine line between DIY-esque and slickness. It's something that the band have continued to flesh out with every release since - Drug Fiend and The Ballad of Lynn Howl in 2018, followed by 406 this year - and something that'll no doubt be front and centre as they strive towards the release of their debut album Prehab, which will arrive independently on May 31st.

On arrival, the album promises to showcase the many sides of a band perhaps more complicated as they may seem, showcasing their versatility in the guitar-backed rock world while hopefully solidifying their place as one of the scene's most promising rising names. It's something they're leaning towards on the album's next tease too, arriving today in the form of their new single, Tuck Me InTuck Me In is four-minutes-thirty of that signature Radolescent rukus, with thick guitar melodies and thrashing percussion meeting catchy vocals, which lyrically, detail that haziness of that post-party crash. "Tuck Me In is a song depicting the typical comedown of the party animal," says vocalist Isaac Atkinson. "Whether it be sleep paralysis or self-induced psychosis, this song depicts the absolute mind fuckery that is experienced on Monday, Tuesday and sometimes even Wednesdays. Don’t be fooled by the pretty voices; this baby is darker then you would expect..."

Dive into the track below, and catch them tour the album across the country this June/July - dates underneath the single stream.

Tour Dates: 

Friday, 14th June - Botany View Hotel, Sydney
Saturday, 15th June – Diceys, Wollongong
Friday, 21st June - The Bearded Lady, Brisbane
Friday, 28th June - The Northern, Byron Bay
Thursday, 11th July - Globe Alley, Melbourne
Friday, 12th July - The Crown and Anchor, Adelaide

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