Both Melbourne Producer Pikachunes and Sydney rockers Wells have given us cheeky studio teasers this week, and we can’t wait for new music from both of these vibey Monday artists.
Sydney alt-rock outfit Wells latest studio teaser came in the form of a sarcastic Insta post captioned “Creepy songwriting experiment. Sinking like a stone.” . The band’s last release, a cover of the Indie-pop icon Lana Del Rey’s ‘Born To Die’, pierced hearts and silenced rooms everywhere with the haunting vocals of Alastair Cairns. Released as a Happy Exclusive Track, the cover has racked up over 13,000 Soundcloud plays, seen some spin on FBI’s Tune-Up, and generated plenty of love in the blog world.
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Sad-pop pioneer Pikachunes has given us another studio teaser in his infamous Satanist threads. The producers latest pika-gram “Work work work work work. In studio with my man Curtis today.” has fans on the edge of their keyboards for a Pika jam. New music is set to land later this year, so make room on your Spotify playlists Pika fans. Much like Skyrim Together…
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