Over the weekend, local Psych band Neon Tetra unveiled their debut single 'Memoriam', with a brilliant music video to accompany it here.
Neon Tetra is local lads Josh Allen, Liam Roche, Oscar Westell and Dan Clohesy. Together the four piece form a sound harking back to the psych explosion of the 60s, fused with pop and groove structures that bring out the dance worthiness of each track.
'Memoriam' is a brilliant debut song, with a chorus as catchy as they come, we love it. The video clip too, perfectly accentuates the songs themes of self analysis. Having seen these guys live before we can attest to their quality group of well established tracks, each of which possessed undeniable complexity and emotion as can be seen in 'Memoriam'.
"We want to get as much material together for 2017 and keep playing shows with some other great local and interstate bands, release heaps more music, videos, art and have a heap of fun doing it" - Oscar Westell
To witness the Launch for Neon Tetra's 'Dos' EP, get to the Exeter on the 25th of February. For the first time, the boys will be joined by brass, percussion sections and guest vocals onstage. Also on the bill for this beer garden show are local folk gods The Winter Gypsy and Burnside Mums. Jump on the event here for whats bound to be a brilliant evening!
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Heaps good band, Heaps Good Friends, drop heaps good EP!
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