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⌁ Sydney indie-rock quartet STUMPS announce their signing to Cooking Vinyl Australia and release infectious new track, Laugh About It.
The new single employs tropes of disco and dance percussion with Nile Rodgers inspired guitar rhythms to backdrop the simplistic chorus.
“It seems to be an overused idiom to not sweat the small stuff, so we wanted to balance that cheesy candour in the bridge ‘Is this really what you want to hear?’. It’s a song that embodies notions of joyous nihilism and societal questioning.”
Singer Kyle Fisher continues “Life is convoluted, and there is only one cheesy truth. So just have a laugh, ‘cause is there any point in doing anything else? “
To celebrate the release of Laugh About It STUMPS will embark on a national tour. Hitting up select regional spots amongst the capital cities, the band is also set to appear at this years' Lost Paradise.
Forming in 2017, the band have since lapped the country numerous times, cementing their live presence touring alongside the likes of Trophy Eyes, Maddy Jane and Dear Seattle. The band also performed earlier this year at The Drop Festival in Manly after being chosen as triple j Unearthed's winners for 2019.