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If you are an Australian and listener of triple j then you'll already be well aware of the music by Melbourne's own Alex Lahey. For the rest, allow Dead Oceans to introduce a singer-songwriter not afraid to take the stage in a pair of Blundstones and checkered flannelette shirt. Her raw yet supercharged style earns itself a second release on sub-label to Secretly Canadian - that in 2019 has already released music from John & Yoko, Jens Lekman and Cherry Glazerr - with Alex Lahey's sophomore album finding its reference points in a world located somewhere between the emo punk of Paramore and Bruce Springsteen's star spangled rock. Elsewhere the music has been described as surf rock meets '90s riot grrrl, with the artist going to some length to keep Melbourne's effervescent garage rock scene on the map.
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