Earning the coveted local Triple J Unearthed position for regional touring music festival Groovin The Moo, alongside pals Grenadiers and L.K. Mckay, West Thebarton Brothel Party have released their new single Red Or White. Dubbed by The AU Review and Rip It Up as one of the acts to follow in 2015 and 2016, the seven-piece have been working hard, featuring in Noisey's (music by VICE) NEXT ON TOUR showcase and string of dates interstate, as well as their spot in this year's A Day Of Clarity.
Premiered by Dom Alessio on Triple J's Home and Housed, give the new single a listen here.
Images via West Thebarton Brothel Party.
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