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The Bon Scotts ‘Polluted Sea’

The Bon Scotts are a Melbourne seven-piece, and they’re not an AC/DC cover band. Far from it, instead they play a distinctly clamorous and hectic form of folk music with bellowing choruses and interesting use of unconventional instruments. They’ve just released their new single, Polluted Sea, off their upcoming follow-up to their debut album ‘Oddernity’.

Polluted Sea has a really great vibe to it. Robert Zimmerman’s opening vocals are just fantastic, threatening to fade into nothingness with a uniqueness that cannot be placed, and the song builds from there into a unanimous and powerful chorus, with plenty of call-and-respond sessions in between. The song also has a very cool stop-motion video featuring puppets.

You can catch them in Melbourne July 23rd, supporting Into The Woods at The Toff.

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