Melbourne’s Saskwatch have had an epic year, from deciding to release their album independently as well as stepping into their own producing chair, to selling out their album preview shows in Sydney and Melbourne last month.
With the release of their fourth studio album ‘Manual Override’ and the announcement of a massive national tour taking them around the country throughout October and November.
‘Manual Override’ marks a special moment for the band as it’s the first time the six-piece outfit have co-produced & mixed their own work, alongside sound engineer and long-term friend Cal Barter in Newmarket Studios, Melbourne. ‘Manual Override’ feels collaborative, confident and independent from the core. Its experimental and playful nature blends genres and feels liberating, producing a record that sounds earnest, mature and timeless – giving listeners the most personal and vulnerable collection of songs to date.