Your alarm clock anthem for this Tuesday morning is “Headwreck,” a high-energy punk anthem to the disenfranchised brought to you by Australian punkers Press Club. Complete with fuzzy guitars, driving rhythms, and emotionally-charged vocals with just the right amount of indie edge, Press Club’s latest single is an ode to those who’ve ever been refused the treatment they deserve by their partner. It is also a call to action, urging the listener to demand respect from their peers, and also from within. Shot in a Collingwood warehouse, the official video is single-shot whirlwind that effectively captures the raw energy of four friends gathering together to lay it all out in the form of driving punk. If this absolute banger from down under doesn’t get you out of bed this morning, then I don’t know know what will…
ABOUT THE BAND:
PRESS CLUB is the coming together of four Brunswick natives. Their roots lay in a city in a state of flux experiencing decay, demolition and development on a mass scale. PRESS CLUB is the musical embodiment of the attitude of a generation experiencing impermanence in every way.
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