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YesYou ‘Be There’

Today Brisbane band YesYou have premiered a new song online, ‘Be There’, featuring the vocals of Dan Parsons. It’s only the second studio song we’ve heard from the guys, but they’re already making quite the impact nationally with their lovely summer music and plentiful guest stars. Predictably, this is another breezy, fun, and upbeat track, following in the vein of their very popular first single ‘Half Of It’. Good stuff. Stream it below.

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The Belligerents ‘Steal Money’

Earlier in the year I posted about The Belligerents’ debut EP ‘Less Arty, More Party’, noting that it was not only wonderfully titled but also a really fun, energetic, and upbeat record. Well the Brisbane band have just released their next single following said EP, a collaboration with dance outfit Mitzi entitled ‘Steal Money’. Lend it your ears.

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The Clues ‘This Year’

It really does seem as if Brisbane has a monopoly on happy Australian indie pop music at the moment. And I was recently introduced to a new band to add to the growing collection, The Clues. They do enough to set themselves apart from the rest by packing so many different ideas and styles into single tracks, and ‘This Year’ is the perfect example of this.

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Hey Geronimo ‘Why Don’t We Do Something?’

Hey Geronimo are something of a Brisbane supergroup, featuring members of The Boat People, Blame Ringo!, and Montpelier, three of my favourite indie Australian bands. So it’s hardly a surprise that I absolutely love their first single.

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Velociraptor ‘In The Springtime’

Yet another great band out of Brisbane, 12 piece garage pop act Velociraptor are heading to Melbourne soon as part of their only tour of the year. First though, have a listen to latest single ‘In The Springtime’, which has been getting a lot of love from pretty much everyone lately, and for a very good reason.

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Gung Ho ‘Twin Rays’

‘Twin Rays’ is the debut single from Brisbane locals Gung Ho. And it’s hard to imagine a song like this coming from too many other places in Australia. It’s very breezy and pretty much oozes surf, but still has plenty of balls. Above all else it’s just inescapably cool. Listen.

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