If you’re not already listening to The Lenores, you’re missing out. Since dropping their debut EP Groan last year, the Sydney-based quartet have carved out a unique space for themselves in the world of indie-punk; a hook-driven brand of raucous garage.
Now, with the release of their latest single None Of My Surfer Friends Can Surf, they continue to build themselves as purveyors of infectious punk gems. Again, if you’re not already on this bandwagon… we strongly recommend you quickly rectify this mistake.
On their new single None Of My Surfer Friends Can Surf, Sydney outfit The Lenores charge through a jangly concoction of surf-garage glory.
Throughout the new single, The Lenores belt through their thrashy concoction of punk, grunge, surf, and indie-rock to deliver something that feels simultaneously dirty and concise. With layers of jangly, bluesy guitars, droning vocals hooks, and air-tight percussion, the new single is oozing with careless garage charm.
Clocking in at less than three minutes, the track doesn’t fuck around with any overly-fancy instrumentation—it’s a straight-to-the-point slab of rock music. After one listen, you’ll have it spinning on repeat for hours.
These are still relatively early days for this Sydney outfit, but judging by the quality of everything we’ve heard so far, I think we can safely expect plenty more great tunes.
In the meantime, do yourself a favour and check out the new single above.