PREMIERE: Soak in the jangly goodness of Crushed Tinniez’ new single Checkin’ Out

Back in April, when they dropped their debut single Don’t Care, we were immediately introduced to the jangly, lo-fi sounds of Crushed Tinniez.

Now, with the release of their follow-up single Checkin’ Out, the band have stepped up the quality without losing any of their scuzzy, DIY charm.

If Checkin’ Out – the insanely infectious new single from Penrith three-piece Crushed Tinniez – doesn’t leave you feelin’ good, then you’re probably a dickhead.

Brimming with deeply infectious guitar lines and vocal melodies, the new track sees Crushed Tinniez breeze through a loveable blend of warm indie-rock instrumentation and smarmy pop hooks reminiscent of Hockey Dad or Skegss.

Made up of Jack Isaacs, Matt Wigham and Kane Vardon, the band describe themselves as a “coupla mates just having fun,” and this new single holds true to that mission statement. It’s seriously addictive, and undeniably a good time. If Checkin’ Out doesn’t leave you feelin’ good, then you’re probably a dickhead.

These are still early days in Crushed Tinniez’ career, but judging from what we’ve heard so far, I think we can safely expect more great tunes courtesy of this Penrith band.

Do yourself a favour and listen to the new track above, and soak in the band’s good vibes live at any of the following dates:

August 30th – The Hideaway Bar, Enmore – w/ Ride For Rain, Bullshirt, Sun Creeps, and Blacklight Satellite
August 31st – Rad Bar, Wollongong – w/ Ride For Rain, The Tin Knees, Sun Creeps, and Starting Monday
September 7th – The Time & Tide Hotel, Dee Why – w/ Bullshirt, The Darrans, and Viral Eyes

More info here.