Melbourne pop-punk band Bodyjar have shared a brand new observe, entitled ‘Get Out of My Head’.
The one, launched in the present day (August 18), is the band’s third during the last 18 months. ‘Massive Shot’, their first new music in three years, was launched in March of 2020. This was adopted by a break up 7″ vinyl in February 2021, which the band launched with American punk band Sharp/Shock and featured their tune ‘Response’.
The band co-produced ‘Get Out of My Head’ themselves, working with producer Sam Johnston at his South Melbourne studio Holes & Corners. Take heed to the observe beneath:
In a press assertion, lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Cameron Baines defined that ‘Get Out of My Head’ was written “out of frustration” as regards to “what we see within the papers”.
“[I]t normally serves somebody’s agenda, relatively than being based mostly in actual fact,” he stated.
“[I was] getting sick of listening to silly opinions, and studying to dam out a number of what I used to be studying on-line. [It’s gotten] to the purpose of truly having the ability to block out sure components of some social media, even when they’re proper In entrance of me.”
Bodyjar had been initially lively between 1990 and 2009, earlier than reforming in 2012 and staying collectively ever since. They’re greatest identified for the 2000 single ‘Not the Identical’, which was featured within the online game Tony Hawk’s Professional Skater 3.
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