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Coming off the successful launch of the two singles I’ll Try and Heterochromia, with packed out shows at both Frankie’s and Fuse Box respectively, the young Sydney indie rockers are launching a series of high-energy shows to celebrate the release of their debut EP.

Heartfelt, energetic, exciting. Their dynamite EP is all these things and more. At the same time brash and self-reflective, soulful and loaded with swagger, the boys from Sydney weld youthful lyrics to a mature, guitar-driven sound that wouldn’t sound out of place next to bands like Gang of Youths or Catfish and the Bottlemen. Driving, layered and loud, the sound they’ve crafted with revered producer Stefan Du Randt (Polish Club), is one that belongs on festival stages around the country. Self-described as “indie-rock-with-pop-sensibilities”, the band make a point to show off the crooning vocals of frontman Liam Deans, before wrapping it up in a razor-sharp rhythm section and soaking it in a wash of guitars.

Lyrically, Then She aims to explore the many facets of love and intimacy that the members have experienced throughout the years and the dynamics of their intimate relationships. The title itself is a wry remark on the actions and unpredictability of the other sex, the words hanging in the air with uncertainty. BUY TIX HERE…