Watch our interview with The Buoys below!
Sydney four-piece outfit The Buoys recently treated us all with the release of their debut EP, Unsolicited Advice For Your DIY Disaster. We caught up with the band to chat about the release, their upcoming appearance at King Street Carnival and more!
Produced by Fletcher Matthews (Sweater Curse, CLEWS, Dear Seattle), the roaring release is a carefully curated collection of songs that packs a punch. Across the tracks, the four-piece navigates life in your early 20’s, telling the tales of love, heartbreak and self-discovery. Laced with moments of intimacy juxtaposed by riotous sonics, front woman Zoe Catterall's fiery vocals stomp across the six tracks, which features the singles Bad Habit and Lie To Me Again.
Earlier this week, the band announced their 2022 east coast tour, alongside the news of their signing to booking agency Village Sounds (DMA’s, Courtney Barnett, Vance Joy) and management deal with Arcadia Music Company (CYRUS, MAY-A, and ROYBOY).
On the signings, CEO of Arcadia Music Co, Christian Lo Russo says "I am so unbelievably psyched to welcome The Buoys to the Arcadia roster. The live show is incredible, pure energy and passion! I can’t wait to be part of the next chapter of their adventure and watch it all unfold from the front row". Toni Ellis of Village Sounds adds, "I have been a big fan of The Buoys for years, and am thrilled be a part of their fantastic team. I am so pleased to be welcoming them to the Village Sounds roster and look forward to a long and exciting career with them".
Kicking off at the Oxford Art Factory in Eora/Sydney on March 12, the run of shows will continue on to the Black Bear Lodge Meeanjin/Brisbane, before wrapping up in at The Night Cat in Naarm/Melbourne. The Buoys are also set to appear at King Street Carnival in January, and Yours & Owls Festival in April.
Unsolicited Advice For Your DIY Disaster is out now!