Coda Conduct homage your anxieties with new Jimblah-featuring single, Usually I'm Cool

Coda Conduct homage your anxieties with new Jimblah-featuring single, Usually I'm Cool

Sally and Erica return with a new track, and huge National tour news

You might remember (or, thanks to triple j's Matt Okine, struggle to forget) three months ago the brilliant film clip emerging for hip hop duo Coda Conduct's single Click Clack (Front N Back), their first since July 2015. Now, the Sydney based Sally and Erica return with newest single Usually I'm Cool, featuring fellow Australian hip hop act Jimblah, and boy, it's a doozy!

Adding a sizeable dose of feels to their trademark wit and sense of humour, Usually I'm Cool marks the second single from Coda Conduct's upcoming EP, produced completely by Newcastle talent Jayteehazard. Of the newest single, Coda's Sally says:

It’s a track we hope everyone can relate to. It’s about those word-fumbling, clumsy, butterfly moments when you’re trying play it cool around someone you’re really into.

Tagging along with the duo's latest single, Coda Conduct have announced a series of performances across the country, including their highly anticipated appearance at Brisbane's Bigsound in September.

SAT 27 AUG – CREAM FESTIVAL, CANBERRA WED 
WED 07 SEPT – BIGSOUND, BRISBANE 
FRI 09 SEPT – PLAN B SMALL CLUB, SYDNEY 
FRI 16 SEPT – GRACE DARLING, MELBOURNE THUR 
22 SEPT – ON NOTICE FESTIVAL, CASULA POWERHOUSE ARTS CENTRE, LIVERPOOL 
FRI 07 OCT – TRANSIT BAR, CANBERRA 
SAT 08 OCT – SAD GRRLS FEST, FACTORY THEATRE, SYDNEY 
FRI 21 OCT – ROCKET BAR, ADELAIDE

Tickets are on sale now via www.codaconduct.com.au, and hear Usually I'm Cool below:

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