Listen to the EP, exclusively on MILKY!
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Boorloo/Perth-based alt-pop act Bad Weather are gearing up to drop their new EP, Flowers In Your Room. If you can't wait to give it a spin, listen to the release exclusively on MILKY!
Produced by frontman Callum Robertson, the genre-bending track effortlessly weaves together threads of synth-pop, indie-rock and punk sensibilities, creating a nostalgia-fuelled collection of songs. Drawing comparison to early The 1975 and Wheatus, the band present an engaging EP that explores love, heartbreak and themes of mental health. Introspective and personal lyricism is brought to life by Robertson's strong vocal performance, simmering above glistening synth-work, driving percussion and ear-worm guitar melodies.
"The EP was written during the first lockdown we had here in Australia which happened to coincide with a breakup I was going through. Suddenly we were all thrust into this new reality and I definitely felt it. It was quite a difficult time for me to navigate, so I ended up writing an EP. It explores mental health, self-doubt, facing the unknown and above all, hope.” Robertson shares.
Listen to Flowers In Your Room below!