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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


Watch our interview with The Buoys below!

Sydney four-piece outfit The Buoys are back, warning us all to keep an eye out for Red Flags. The band are set to Arctic Monkeys and Wet Leg on their respective Australian tours.

The energetic release brings all the frustration and angst of your favourite teen-flick, driven by fierce guitar lines and vocalist Zoe Catterall’s engaging performance. The track captures the vexing nature of a relationship full of red flags, but you can't help but bulldoze right over them with your blinders on.

"This was one of those songs I spat out in a short afternoon in an excited rush. Something about it was super playful and full of energy, it had so much space to have fun with it and let the song just take you. Once we all jammed it as a band it became one of my favourite songs, watching the energy in the room when we play it is one of my highlights. I wanted to poke fun at the fact that sometimes you can see it so clearly but decide to sweep it under the rug for a minute, and you’re just chilling in the calm before the storm." Catterall shares.

It's set to be a massive few months of touring for The Buoys, kicking off in Naarm / Melbourne this Thursday where the band will support Wet Leg, before making their Splendour In The Grass debut this weekend, and back to Eora / Sydney next week with Wet Leg. The four-piece will then take to the stage in Awabakal / Newcastle alongside Vacations and Teenage Joans on July 29. They'll return to the stage in September to tour alongside Hoodoo Gurus and Dandy Warhols in Meanjin / Brisbane and Eora / Sydney, whilst also appearing at ANU with Skegss and Confidence Man in Ngunnawal Land / Canberra. The Buoys will wrap up the year with a set at VANFEST in Wiradjuri Land / Bathurst, before launching into 2023 supporting Arctic Monkeys at The Domain in Eora / Sydney on January 14.

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