Engage ‘Wild Life’ mode with this latest one from Client Liaison

Engage ‘Wild Life’ mode with this latest one from Client Liaison

Staying true to their 80’s deliverance of dance-able as shit tunes.

Following on from their World Of Our Love release and fleeking’ what they stand for with their 80’s identity and sounds through their music. Client Liaison have dropped a ‘fresh off the boat’ release today, going by the name of Wild Life. The boys have really made their stamp within the music world over the last couple years (not to mention a cool stack of festi' shows they have lined up below) having consistently strived for a point of difference and that easily identifiable image that they portray to the masses through both their own music and the way they dress. It’s cool. For just some random dudes to just take you out of the moment of this ‘Pokemon Go, Polar Meme Train Xpress 2016 life’ and throwing back to a time which seemed more cruiser? Before I get too reminiscent about a period of time I didn’t even live in, why don’t we just listen to the track instead below:

TOUR DATES:

Saturday 20 August - The Wrap, Darwin Festival (Tickets)

Saturday 10 September - Maroochy Music & Vis Arts Festival (Tickets)

Saturday 1 October - Yours & Owls Festival, Wollongong (Tickets)

Saturday 3 December - Spilt Milk Festival, Canberra (Tickets)

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