Melbourne's Lower Plenty share a new video for their second single "All The Young Men" off their forthcoming album 'Sister Sister' out next month on Bedroom Suck.
The video, filmed in a Brunswick backyard, debuted over at NOISEY who've dug in and described they're "reminded of Rum Sodomy and Lash era Pogues but this is a gentle reflection rather that a rowdy Irish jig.
'All the young men all the time, up and down my mind, off to work, off to war, who cares what for", sings Al as the band plays around him." Lower Plenty are comprised of some of Australia's most talented musicians.
The quartet are typically Australian in that they seem to exist on borrowed members, drawing together musicians responsible for bands like Total Control, The UV Race, Deaf Wish, The Focus and Dick Diver.
Unlike the harsh and direct approach of many of these outfits, Lower Plenty take the circular route, preferring to dwell in isolation and self-reflection, the result being some truly astonishing home recordings.
Lower Plenty is: Daniel Twomey (percussion), Jensen Tjhung (guitar + vocal), Sarah Heyward (percussion + vocal) and Al Montfort (guitar + vocal).
1. Bondi's Dead
2. Glory Rats
3. So It Goes
4. Run Run Run
6. All The Young Men
7. On Off On Off
8. Cursed By Numbers
9. Shades of Love