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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The release comes week after the first anniversary of their debut album, Sunlight

Image: Supplied.

Fresh from touring across the country off the back of their massive 2020 debut album Sunlight, Spacey Jane have today unveiled a brand new track, Lots of Nothing. The release arrives alongside an official visual, directed by Matt Sav.

On the track, the Fremantle four-piece continue their brand of catch indie-rock sonics, paired with introspective and deep lyricism. Speaking of the track, frontman Caleb Harper shares: "Lots of Nothing is about wrestling with the parts of yourself that you don’t like and how you can see those traits as a whole other person. It’s about trying to accept all the parts of yourself, good and bad, before you are able to work on the person that you want to become.”

Filmed and recorded on Whadjuk Noongar land, the songs visual places the band within a number of homely settings, making their way through a house whilst performing the track. Sav is a longtime friend and collaborator of the band, having directed the visuals for Good Grief, Booster Seat, Good For You and Straightfaced.

Lots of Nothing is out now! Watch the visual below and check out our gallery from Spacey Jane's Sydney show here.


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