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Melbourne four-piece Teenage Dads are back, sharing their first taste of new music for the year with Exit Sign. The band are set to hit the road this month, supporting Lime Cordiale on their national tour.

Bringing their signature feel-good indie-rock sonics to the track, Exit Sign sees the band put their own spin on modern rom-com stories, navigating the life span of a relationship, from its blissful first days to its unfortunate demise. Catchy melodies will have you singing along all day, with the band bringing a nostalgic yet fresh feel to the song.

Exit Sign is a song about relationships breaking down. Kinda based on the relationships you see in movies like 500 Days of Summer and Like Crazy. We wanted the song to be like those movies, you know. Follows along from the innocent beginnings right through to the bitter ends, realising maybe you weren't meant to work things out, and that maybe it's good that you've both moved on.“ the band share.

Forming in high school, the band honed in on their craft and developed the band into a completely DIY project. Band members Finlay, Kinna, Angus Christie and Connor McLaughlin have complete control over their creative outlet. The four-piece produce, mix and record all the tracks, with all their artworks and videos being produces by the band members themselves. Teenage Dads are no strangers to putting on a show. Having toured with the likes of Lime Cordiale, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Northeast Party House and Ruby Fields, the band have become known for their energetic and immersive live performances.

Exit Sign is out now! Read our interview with Teenage Dads here.