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Brixton Alley bring the energy on the indie-rock stomper 'This Party Sucks'

Following on from the release of their previously shared EP ‘Nevermore’ earlier this year, which has gone onto garner tens of thousands of streams online, UK-born but Australia-based outfit Brixton Alley now return with their anthemic new offering ‘This Party Sucks’.

Lifted from their forthcoming new EP ‘303’, due out on the 8th January, ‘This Party Sucks’ sees the trio embark on one of their most energetic ventures yet. Channeling a fun and explosive sound throughout, their newest jam is packed full of bold and fast-paced riffs, just what you need to cap off this most troublesome year.

Speaking about the new single, the band said, “This Party Sucks was born out of a year spent mostly in lockdown in Melbourne. The song title is a nod to the fact that 2020 has been like being stuck in a rubbish party that you don't want to be in.

“As for the song itself, it also has a deeper social commentary running through it. The idea that a lot of people conform to certain styles and ways of life and if you don't fit in then life can be tough. The protagonist is at a party where they feel just like this - out of the loop and as if they don't fit in. But then they see someone... drinking champagne, wearing Dr Martens, clearly standing out from the crowd and they realise they're not alone and actually, being yourself is what really matters.”


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