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Who's who in the last two? | February 21st

Let's take a look at some of our favourite releases over the last two weeks

Lucille Two - Suddenly



The Central Coast duo of Trudy Bennett and Jarrin Borg's latest offering is another example of their smooth harmonies layered in a dream pop wonderland.


This mark's the duo's second release of 2024, and there is plenty more on the way, with an album expected in the first half of the year.


Middle Kids - The Blessings



Middle Kids dropped their latest album on Friday, 'Faith Crisis Pt. 1'. Speaking about the album, lead vocalist Hannah Joy said this was "an album written in response to an extended experience I had questioning my faith, losing my certainty in many of the things I grew up believing."


The whole album is a journey, and well worth a listen. There's even a nice collab with Dave Le'aupepe from Gang of Youths. The Blessings, though, is our pick outside of the previously released singles such as 'Bootleg Firecracker', 'Dramamine', 'Terrible News', 'Bend', and 'Highlands'.


Phoebe Joy - Shade



Emerging Central Coast musician Phoebe Joy has recently dropped her fourth single, 'Shade'.


Phoebe has been releasing singles at a rate of one per year since 2020, but the talented singer/songwriter looks to be set for a bigger 2024.


She's also supporting Joel Leggett in Newcastle on March 2.


Jebediah - Motivation



A revitalising sonic spark, the upbeat new single 'Motivation' from beloved Perth rockers Jebediah follows on from the group’s dreamy indie single 'Rubberman', with 'Motivation' unfurling cleverly simple melodics fused with Jebediah’s hard-wired charm.


Accompanied by a new music video (above) that snapshots the band in their natural element, 'Motivation' will also feature on Jebediah’s upcoming new album OIKS set for release on April 12 this year. This will be their first album since 2011’s Kosciuszko, which featured smash hit 'She's Like A Comet'.


The Rubens - Liquid Gold



Another release as consistent as we've come to expect from one of the countries biggest acts, The Rubens.


The film clip for this track was recorded in Brazil, where his band mates say Sam was almost mugged.



You can listen to all of our favourite tracks in our Spotify Playlist here.


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