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Having recently seen their debut EP chart in the CMJ Top 200, expectations have been raised ahead of the release of Rockets second EP ‘Tell You Nothing’ released on May 4 through Creative Vibes/MGM. The four 22 year olds wanted to record again with producer Paul ‘Woody’ Annison (Children Collide, Hunting Grounds) and the result is again something no one expected. They recorded with Woody in a newly refurbished Red Door Studios in Melbourne and with Woody behind the desk they pushed the boundaries sonically and lyrically. Armed with a variety of influences ranging from the gangster-rap of Young Jeezy to Twin Shadow and The Strokes this is a very accomplished sounding record.
Having spent the last 12 months touring the east coast with bands such as Loon Lake, The Paper Scissors, Faker Tin Sparrow and Oceanics the band had up to 40 songs in the bag. This was trimmed down to the 5 that will appear on the next record.
The first tastes of the record McBird & Cool’s J’tard have already received favourable airplay and press attention and with the release of key song The Night Off around the corner this record is one to look out for.
About this track...
The best track they've written, 'The Night Off' explores a yearning for solitude and a desire for peace and quiet whilst on an alcohol fueled night out.
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Nothing To Say
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Paul Taylor, Dave Stevens, Hewett Cook, Tom Croston
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Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners