Aussie quartet Approachable Members Of Your Local Community gauge on the impact of small actions in new single “Small Changes.” Packed with upbeat riffs and funk-infused texture, “Small Changes” radiate a retro vibe while the four also add their own flair of pop to it. The track is largely influenced by the Aussie bushfire tragedies where the band taps into the power of small actions from many individuals:
“This summer has been challenging for so many we know and love, and especially for many whose experiences have been unimaginably traumatic and devastating,” shared bassist Micky Fisher. “In the face of a national crisis, the country has galvanised to take back tomorrow. With an outpouring of support for our firefighters and affected communities, it’s clear that small change can have a big impact.”
The track is from their upcoming debut EP Love Thy Neighbour, which will be out on Febriuary 14th via AntiFragile.
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