The next 24hr’s we’ll leave this link open for you to not only receive our first LP ‘Tragedy of the Commons’ EP ‘I Am Alive’ We’ll also add ‘Mystery Girl’ our First ever debut Extended Player ‘Don’t Break My Heart’ AND.. Our AFI Nominated Documentary ‘Rudely Interrupted’
AFI Nominated rock-documentary with a difference… RUDELY INTERRUPTED follows a band of disabled individuals on their first world tour. As well as the usual challenges of touring, this band has to contend with aspergers, down syndrome, blindness and deafness. But this doesn’t stop them from rocking out. The documentary of the same name follows Rudely Interrupted from the pub stages of Melbourne, to the UN in New York, Canada and UK.
Now that you have tasted from the honeypot of our dreams, you will be pleased to learn that our fantasy band actually exists in the form of Melbourne’s Rudely Interrupted. Trace Crutchfield of How’s Your News hipped us to them on the eve of their first ever world tour, and they’ve been on permanent rotation in our playlists and brains ever since. And before anybody hauls out the old “outsider music” tag, you should realize there’s a difference between Jandek banging around half a piano in the woods and extremely well-crafted music by a bunch of guys who happen to be saddled with slightly wonky sets of genes. We’re not trying to cast aspersions on the luminaries of the “outsider” scene, just saying if you locked the entire lineup of Songs in the Key of Z in a room together, I doubt they would ever come up with a song about neck pimples that sounds like the Meat Puppets, or anything as mercilessly infectious as RI’s “Don’t Break My Heart.” Vice TV