12/11/2021 08:30 PM
Joeys Coop, dubbed the indie supergroup by George Palathingal (Sydney Morning Herald), features the combined musical muscle of some of Australiaâ€™s most seasoned independent musicians most notablyÂ Brett MyersÂ axeman and principal songwriter of 80s/90s indie legends Died Pretty, regarded as one of the countryâ€™s most unique and underrated guitarists. Joeys Coop live have been described as â€œa tight and sophisticated outfitâ€,Â â€œmesmerisingâ€, â€œcool like you should be bigâ€, â€œenthrallingâ€, and â€œfamous if they werenâ€™t oldâ€.Â They will be playing songs from their forthcoming second album, Lachlan Valley Dirt (out early 2022), which veers towards a rootsier almost hillbilly vibe while maintaining their indie rock and pop sensibilities. Their songs tell tales of fractured family, loss, drought, imprisonment, stolen land, the oddities of 21st century life, dead cats, mid-life existential angst, memories of landscape lost and mediations on lives gone wrong.
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