Blackchords - At World's End
Unlike some well-known lager brands, Australian post-punk upstarts, Blackchords, are loved as much here as they are down-under.
Their self-titled debut album is being described those ways as one of the best Australian debut albums ever. Interested yet?
Opening track At World's End has a despair quite contrary to its upbeat arrangement. Imagine Interpol with their top button undone. The eerie reverb of the verse is dropped as the chorus marches through a Gang Of Four style repetition of airtight, post-punk melody. That said though, it's Front-man Nick Milwright's subtle but poignant vocals that make this song so ruddy addictive.
You'll be won over after one listen.
Their self-titled debut album is released today.
Blackchords on myspace.
6:00 AM | 05/10/2009
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