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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


Watch our interview with Teenage Dads below!

ARIA Award-winning four-piece, Teenage Dads have announced the release of their sophomore album, Majordomo, set to arrive next month. The news is accompanied by the release of their new single, Boyfriend.

The down-tempo cut is a wholesome moment from the band that explores letting go of your worries and fear of judgement, instead embracing the world around you and things out of your control. Melancholic lyrics and sonics flow throughout, whilst also capturing an endearing vulnerability. The band have shared an official visual, directed by drummer Vincent Kinna.

"The Boyfriend video formed in combination with the lyrics, themes and the feelings I felt when listening to the song; wholesomeness, vulnerability, melancholy and things like that” Kinna explains on the inspiration for the video clip. “A relationship story felt right but I wanted something more innocent and unique, and that's how we ended up with a boy and his living TV best friend. The sad ending serves as a poignant reminder that there aren't always happy endings in life so we need to seize the day and enjoy the ride. Scrambling for locations, we ended up filming it in my old room. I wish it looked as cool as it does in the video!"

To celebrate the release of their forthcoming album, Teenage Dads will hit the road on a national tour. Kicking off in Brisbane on August 23, the run of shows will continue on to Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne and Tasmania, before wrapping up with a second performance in Melbourne on September 14.

Majordomo is out August 23. Watch the visual for Boyfriend below!


with special guests *Phoebe Go and ^Aleksiah

23 August - The Tivoli, Brisbane*^

24 August - Enmore Theatre, Sydney*^

30 August - Astor Theatre, Perth^

31 August - The Gov, Adelaide*^

1 September - Max Watts, Melbourne (U18 SHOW)*^

4 September - Snow Machine Festival, New Zealand

6 September - Galatos, Auckland

7 September - Moon, Wellington

8 September - The Church, Christchurch

13 September - Hobart Uni, Tasmania*^

14 September - Forum, Melbourne*^


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