Our friends and all time legends over at Noisey have premiered the music video for the latest Lower Plenty single ‘All the Young Men’. Presented by Banalarama.
It’s cosmic, tender, far out there, and just another reason for us to love Lower Plenty.
‘Sister Sister’, will be available Nov 18 via Bedroom Suck/ Omnian Music Group.
Pre-order the album here.
Life can get pretty flat out sometimes, and keeping up to date with all the latest gigs and upcoming shows can be a time consuming task. That’s why we’ve decided to make things a little bit more accessible.
Bedroom Plucks is our semi regular update of new music and local gigs that we want to share with you. Because we love to see all of our friends out at shows, and we wouldn’t want you to miss out either!
Melbourne is an incestuous town. Bands share members, record in home-made studios, and play to packed venues and backyards alike. Lower Plenty meet rarely, in the downtime between tours or jobs, write and record on the spot, and call it quits for another year.
The upcoming album Sister Sister – the band’s fourth – was recorded in a kitchen in Collingwood. It was freezing cold and grey outside, the band rugged up against another Melbourne winter, seated in a circle, each exploring a musical idea of another, imbuing the record with a quality of restlessness and shared warmth.
Join us as we celebrate some of our favourite artists from 2014, and drop a few cheeky looks into the 2015 roster. Giveaways from the catalog will be available on the night, as well as a brand new 2014-15 sampler and a heap of announcements.
Friday, 19 December
The Shadow Electric, Abbotsford
Jarrod Quarrell (Lost Animal / St. Helen’s)
6pm start — $10.00 entry.
Make sure to pre-book your ticket here.