The music that inspired STUMPS' debut EP, Just Another Stay At Home Son

The music that inspired STUMPS' debut EP, Just Another Stay At Home Son

A fun little playlist to play once you've listened to their excellent new five-tracker.

Header photo by POH Photography.

Sydney four-piece STUMPS are currently riding high on the release of their very great (both in title and music) debut EP, Just Another Stay At Home Son, one that has us pretty chuffed with ourselves for chucking 'em in THIS LIST at the start of the year. An upbeat, energetic five-tracker filled with an incredibly pleasing mish-mash of indie-rock and alt-punk sounds, it's the perfect snapshot of a band that's still relatively fresh, but already sounding super accomplished. They made a playlist of 20 tracks (five from each band member) to provide a bit of insight into some of the EP's influences, you can check it out after listening to Just Another Stay At Home Son below:

This playlist is a selection of five songs from each band member that encapsulate the musical inspirations, consciously and subconsciously, that drove STUMPS to sound the way it does in our short interim as a band. Itʼs a cracking rollercoaster that reflects both our individual and collective tastes and influences. Weʼre a democracy here at STUMPS, not a dictatorship.

TOUR DATES:

Sat 14 Apr - Waywards, Sydney (Maddy Jane Support)

Fri 20 Apr - Gasometer, Melbourne (Maddy Jane Support)

Wed 2 May - Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane (EP Launch Tour)

Fri 4 May - Waywards, Sydney (EP Launch Tour)

Sat 5 May - Yah Yah's, Melbourne (EP Launch Tour)

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