Premiere: Two Steps On The Water tease their upcoming album with A Little Bit Scared

Premiere: Two Steps On The Water tease their upcoming album with A Little Bit Scared

The Melbourne trio's new track packs plenty of emotion.

Melbourne-based folk/punk trio are marching towards the release of their debut album - God Forbid Anyone Look Me In The Eye - and today we're extremely stoked to offer a sneak peek at what's to come and premiere a track from it, A Little Bit Scared. The lyrically driven track is equal parts anxious and sentimental, providing an outlet for frontwoman June to discuss the vulnerability, recognition, romance and sexuality of life as a gay trans woman. It follows on from the album's first single, YoYo (watch a beautiful video for that track HERE), and constantly builds with emotive guitars crescendoing into a cacophony of sound folk-punk fury to finish. It also comes with some beautiful artwork from Lee Lai:

two steps a little bit scared art

God Forbid Anyone Look Me In The Eye is out independently on July 29, and they launch the album August 19 at The Tote with Camp Cope and RVG (details HERE - full list of tour dates down the bottom). Until then, immerse yourself in A Little Bit Scared below:

FULL ALBUM LAUNCH TOUR DATES:

Fri Aug 19 – The Tote, Melbourne w/ Campe Cope & RVG

Thur Aug 25 – The Phoenix, Canberra w/ Passive Smoke, Happy Axe & Ear Ache

Fri Aug 26 – Red Rattler, Sydney w/ Moonsign, Skin Prison & Dog Dirt

Sat Aug 27 – Trainspotters, Brisbane w/ Virginia Sook, Raw Sugar & Kate Woodhouse

Sun Aug 28 –Jura Books, Sydney w/ Rachel Maria Cox & poetry readings (Afternoon show)

Follow Two Steps On The Water: FACEBOOK / BANDCAMP

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