Premiere: STORK sing of a particular type of hell in new single, No Waves No Babes

Premiere: STORK sing of a particular type of hell in new single, No Waves No Babes

For those who are up for a ripper time at the beach with the lads.

Raised on a diet of salt, sand and the occasional snagger, STORK have had a ripper 2016 after only forming 2015, supporting the likes of Skegss, Verge Collection and Hockey Dad with a frenzied brand of surf/punk/garage-rock. Indeed when they're not catching waves or sinking a couple of quiet ones post-surf, they've been busy cutting it up in pubs and clubs all over the shop, and a fan-favourite has already arisen in No Waves No Babes. Written during a particular quiet spell in the swell area, No Waves No Babes is a rambunctious couple of minutes of unassuming surf-punk that is elegant in its simplicity, and now comes complete with an equally charming video.

Check it out below, and catch 'em on their upcoming No Waves No Babes Christmas Tour, with the full list of dates down the bottom:

TOUR DATES:

Fri 2 Dec - Crown & Anchor (SA)

Sun 4 Dec - Holdyfest (SA)

Fri 9 Dec - Woody's (VIC)

Sat 10 Dec - The Tote (VIC)

Sat 17 Dec - The Bald Faced Stag (NSW)

Sun 18 Dec - The Captain Cook Hotel (NSW)

Wed 21 Dec - Rad Bar (NSW)

Fri 30 Dec - Shark Bar (QLD)

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