Tasmanian punks Luca Brasi have announced the release of their third album on April 29.
If This Is All We’re Going To Be is the new album from Apple Isle’s hottest current punk export, and it marks a maturing of the band. While the first two albums were wild and experimental, this release shapes to be more assured and sounds like a band settling on their sound.
The album was recorded at Red Planet in Hobart with Jimmy Balderston, and is filled with songs written over the last few years between a busy touring schedule, and despite a period of the band living in different parts of Tasmania.
‘Anything Near Conviction’ is the latest single from the album, released today on Triple J’s lunch program. “The song that centres around giving yourself a kick in the arse to do better in life and for those you love. A not-so-gentle reminder that you gotta give everything you can,” says frontman Tyler Richardson.
The band has been super busy of late, in the last six months playing a sold out national tour, playing festivals The Hills Are Alive, Party in the Paddock and NYE on the Hill, booking and hosting their own music festival and organising a split release with UK band Apologies I Have None.
For more information, visit: http://lucabrasi.com.au/