11 Songs, 30 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

For all their beach-bum slacker airs, Brisbane trio Dune Rats tighten up their snide, potty-mouthed pop-punk in a big way on their second album, produced by Fidlar’s Zac Carper. Rocketing anthems like “Scott Green” and “Buzz-Kill” may careen with noisy momentum, but they’re knowingly focused at the same time. There’s also a surprising sweetness at play, between the giddy nostalgia of “6 Pack” (“My brother bought us a six pack”) and the jangly melodies shining through the fist-pumping brashness of “Braindead” and “Mary”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

For all their beach-bum slacker airs, Brisbane trio Dune Rats tighten up their snide, potty-mouthed pop-punk in a big way on their second album, produced by Fidlar’s Zac Carper. Rocketing anthems like “Scott Green” and “Buzz-Kill” may careen with noisy momentum, but they’re knowingly focused at the same time. There’s also a surprising sweetness at play, between the giddy nostalgia of “6 Pack” (“My brother bought us a six pack”) and the jangly melodies shining through the fist-pumping brashness of “Braindead” and “Mary”.

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