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The Unknown Locals are currently a phenomenon in Adelaide music, their quick rise to popularity in a little over four months has caught many by surprise. Sold out, wild and sweaty shows mark their territory. Their first single, 'Home & Away' has well and truly captured the feel of their live shows. The beautifully rough and in your face vocals of front-man Jono Dewar-Cutting lead a fast-paced punchy song, built around themes of escapism and frustration - we bloody love it.
Recorded at the recently renamed Ghostnote Studios and produced by Colby Robertson, 'Home & Away' feels like a perfect angry drive home from work song - particularly when you're sick of the place. Having recently played at Rat Fest in the Queens Theatre, definitely keep an eye out for their live shows as they're a guaranteed good time. We may have heard on the grapevine that they have a headline Rocket rooftop show booked, but let's keep that between you and me. If so, prepare your bodies for what will definitely be a belter.
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