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FIVE ALBUMS THAT INSPIRED THE TERRYS SOPHOMORE ALBUM 'SKATE POP'

Skate Pop is out now!

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Gerringong five-piece The Terrys have dropped their sophomore album, Skate Pop. To celebrate the release, the band have shared with MILKY five albums that inspired them whilst working on the album.


“When you don’t have a 9-5 and you just sit with your thoughts, some weird shit can go through your mind,” shares vocalist Jacob ‘Finchy’ Finch.“But with all the songs where it starts off weird, they always come to a point of being ok.... for me, it’s about finding comfort in the discomfort.”


Currently in Europe ahead of their UK and European tour, the five-piece will return home for a national headline tour next month. Kicking off in Melbourne on April 6, the run of shows will continue on to Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth. Tickets are on sale now!



JACOB

Jamie T - The Theory Of Whatever

I listened to this a fair bit whilst recording. It’s got a track called St George wharf tower and Jamie’s way of writing lyrics is really cool and would always gives me inspiration 


LUKAS

Oasis - Definitely Maybe

This album is one of my favourite albums of all time. Before and during our recording session for skate-pop I was constantly listening to it being quite inspired by the simplicity of the song writing but how effective it can be with gritty guitars and belting vocals. 


BEN

Ratcat - Blind Love

This album was shown to me almost 6 months earlier than the writing/recording of skate pop but there punk attitude and sick chorus guitar tones made me love it and really inspired me to go into the studio!


TRENT

Turnstile - Glow On

This album definitely ignites my love for music and stepping outside the box.  I’ve probably listened to it about 100 times over, giving it a good rinsing during the time of recording our album


CAM

APES - Stranger Than Strangers

This record was definitely one that I was slamming during the time we were recording. I really love the drum beats and how they create a ‘drop’. This album influenced me heavily with my playing style during our time in the studio. 



Skate Pop is out now!



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