Melbourne post-punk outfit Dr Sure’s Unusual Practise have released a new mini-album in an effort to raise cash for the bushfires currently storming across Australia. Titled Scomo Goes To Hawaii, the new release was written from the perspective of a “climate change denier, Pentecostal Christian and national leader whilst on holiday during a catastrophic national disaster the likes of which have never been seen in recorded history.”
“I’m not as brave as the firies,” frontman Dougal Shaw said. “But I’m not as gutless as our prime minister”. Listen to the new mini-album below:
Shaw has also dropped a video for the track I Can’t Hear You (From Honolulu), which you can watch here:
100% of profits from the mini-album will be donated to the NSW Rural Fire Service. You can also donate to the cause through a variety of organisations listed here.