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Watch our interview with There's A Tuesday below!

New Zealand alt-pop band There's A Tuesday have treated us with the release of their sophomore EP, Boy Scout. We caught up with the four-piece whilst they were in Sydney to chat about the release and so much more!

Across the collection of songs, the group navigate themes of mental health, sexuality and bodily autonomy, with a particular focus on gender equality and inclusivity as they present a coming of age story. Introspective and powerful lyricism continues to prove the bands storytelling prowess, sparking vivid imagery throughout the EP.

Made up of front women Nat Hutton and Minnie Robberds with drummer Angus Murray and bassist Joel Becker, the four-piece weave together their individual influences of indie-folk and rock to create the foundation of their glistening alt-pop sonic exploration. Bright and engaging soundscapes led by driving percussion and warm guitar work unfurl beneath Hutton and Robberds' enchanting vocals throughout the release, bringing harmonious melodies to life, and bound together by Becker effortlessly simmering bass lines.

Earlier this year, the band made their Australian debut supporting New Zealand’s platinum sensation, and Olive Records co-founder, BENEE and fellow label mate Muroki at their respective Sydney shows. The four-piece will be hitting the road in their native New Zealand this month, taking to the stage in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.

Watch our interview with There's A Tuesday above!

Images: Vasili Papathanasopoulos ©

Featured Song: Impulse courtesy of EMI Music Australia.

Boy Scout is out now!


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