Premiere: TOTTY get a bit grungey on second single, Sigh

Premiere: TOTTY get a bit grungey on second single, Sigh

The Wollongong-based duo go back to the 90s on the follow-up to their cruisy debut.

A few weeks ago we introduced you to "lo-fi shed rock" duo TOTTY, straight outta Wollongong and packing a beach-cruise-ready debut single in Riff. We likened the track at the time to something akin to Best Coast and DUNE RATS catching up for a couple of cold ones down at the beach, but their next single, Sigh, has a distinctly 90s grunge feel about it. Less beach and more dirty pub rock, Sigh is a good example of a young band exploring their sound, and we dig it immensely. If you do as well, you can catch 'em live at a few upcoming dates, check the list down the bottom:

SHOW DATES:

Thu 15 June - Farmer & The Owl pres. Yung Bloods @ RAD BAR, Wollongong

Sun 18 June - Spaghetti Fest @ Oxford Arts Factory w/ Skegss, Pist Idiots & More, Sydney

Thu 22 June - Strawberry Boogie/End of Exams Party @ UOW Uni Bar, Wollongong

Follow TOTTY: FACEBOOK / TRIPLE J UNEARTHED / BANDCAMP

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