Melbourne’s Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever have made my short list for acts to watch in 2017 after each single they’ve dropped up to this point has been another pop masterpiece. “Julie’s Place,” is no exception, and the video below will let you take a listen to the track while watching a slice of life at high speed. The track has got infectious guitars that ferociously tear through the track at high speeds, and the vocals are a mellow compliment to the instrumentation. Take a listen and look out for their Sub Pop debut EP, which will be out sometime this spring.
Man, I love it when we’re right. Not to be those snobs, but when a band that we’ve been digging from the start catches a break and signs to a label as big as Sub Pop, it feels right that the band is gaining proper recognition. Such is the case with Melbourne’sRolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, who have just signed to Sub Pop and released another single to add to their myriad of hits. This new single, “Julie’s Place,” comes from their forthcoming EP which is due out next spring, and while it has some polish to it the mix, it still retains that 70s pop vibe that we first fell for. Be sure to turn this one up loud and rejoice with the band.