Aussie alternative powerhouses Vallies are notching up their first year as a band today, and to celebrate, they’ve unleashed a scorcher of a new track that’ll send you straight back to the glory days of alternative rock.
Following on from their smooth debut single ‘Anchor’ and its politically-leaning follow-up ‘Zero Hour’, ‘It’s All Sunshine’ sees the Gold Coast four-piece channel the likes of Incubus, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Pearl Jam to sensational effect.
Fuelled by a surging groove and a rousing lead vocal performance from frontman Barty Charles, ‘It’s All Sunshine’ sees Vallies come into their own on what might just be their most impressive offering to date.
Razor sharp drum and bass fills take the track higher and higher as it rolls on, while Zian Papp’s fancy fretwork slices through the mix at the end to make for one hell of a finale. It’s raw, funky, fiery and loud, and we can’t get enough of it.
Listen to ‘It’s All Sunshine’ in full , and make sure to keep your eyes peeled for gigging news from Vallies soon.
Vallies' new single ‘It’s All Sunshine’ is out now - stream it here.