Album Alert: Huntly Drops ‘Low Grade Buzz’

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Aussie trio Huntly has unveiled their much anticipated album Low Grade Buzz – a personal and ambitious artwork of self-discovery, existential crisis, and the world. Built on exquisite slices of indietronica that range from dramatic manifestos to starry-eyed narratives, it’s a record where the trio gives you a rundown of the ups and downs of human condition but in a more reflective and digestible form – that’s the point of art:

“The feelings driving these songs range from the unsettling and existential, to the hopeful and emancipatory, to guilt, rage and pain. They tell stories of queerness and identity, of relationships shifting or dissolving, of trying to do good in the world, of navigating emotions, power and responsibility.” shared lead singer Elspeth.

You can find Low Grade Buzz in all streaming platforms and on limited blue vinyl edition. Make sure to see the duo in Australia in May:

5/4 – Golden Age Cinema & Bar (Sydney, NSW, Australia)

5/9 – Northcote Social Club (Northcote, VIC, Australia)