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“The reverb-soaked guitar line hints at David Lynch, but the shimmering effects bely a heart of gold.” - CLASH

“A groove-heavy, hook-laden indie-rock number that showcases the group at their very best.” – Rolling Stone Australia

“A smooth ride, channeling more of the SoCal lineage of jangle pop than Australasia’s, sounding more Jonathan Rado than Dunedin.” – Flood Magazine

Between You and Me is the fourth album by the indie trio from Fremantle in Western Australia, town of sun-baked sandstone and sea breezes. It’s an album two years and at least one sadly remembered love affair in the making. It finds the childhood friends’ open-hearted/good times chemistry distilled to its essence. Nearly 10 years since their first EPs, ARIA nominations and early US and UK inroads, the trio of Jordi Davieson, Josh Biondillo and Scarlett Stevens have made their most painstaking album sound effortless.


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