Premiere/Text Msg Interview: Listen to new Boilermakers x KLP joint - Warning Signs

Premiere/Text Msg Interview: Listen to new Boilermakers x KLP joint - Warning Signs

Matt Okine and KLP do the hard chat ahead of the launch of Okine's new STAN TV show.

There's a helluva lot going on in Matt Okine's world right now, but the fairly obvious thing would be his own TV series, The Other Guy, is launching on Oz streaming service Stan, well, TODAY. It's the culmination of plenty of work for comedian and former triple j Breakfast host, especially considering he's also been spending time finally getting stuck into his music career as Boilermakers. Proving that you don't have to separate work and play, he's made a new song with KLP, to be used on the show, called Warning Signs. And would you bloody believe it, we're premiering on the same day as the show launches!

To mark the ocassion, we asked the two of them to text chat ahead of the series kick off tonight, and they covered such heady topics as Okine's sex face, chicken versus dumplings, and how rubbish social media is. So take a listen to the single and learn yourself a few things, below:

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