Premiere: Watch the new video for PLANET's latest single, Frosty

Premiere: Watch the new video for PLANET's latest single, Frosty

Continuing Australia's renewed love affair for Aussie-as bands.

2016 has seen the return of Australiana to our air waves. Bands like WA's Verge Collection and Brisbane's Good Boy are selling honest stories of what it's like living in Australia, and the groundswell of love for these kinds of acts is pretty great. Enter Sydney outfit PLANET and their latest single Frosty, one that sees the band sticking to their DIY ethos and paying homage to Australiana acts of yesteryear like The Church and Paul Kelly.

Similarly, the video clip that we're premiering today has an honest, if not melancholy, vibe, featuring a seemingly down in his luck bloke, having not the best of days. Check it out below:

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