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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


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Just in time for their upcoming debut tour, South coast favourites The Terrys have dropped their new track, Pesos. Kicking off in Sydney this Friday, the five-piece will embark on their first tour of NSW, dubbed The Tezz Fest.

On the track, The Terrys continue to weave together punk and reggae infused sounds within an alt-rock soundscape, building the track around a captivating guitar line composed by lead guitarist Lukas Anderson. Frontman Jacob Finch brings his signature observational lyricism, commanding the listeners attention with a punk inspired vocal performance. The band describe the track as "A song about a world with too many Donald Trumps... Where we just want to lay low."

Since diving head first into the scene earlier this year with their debut single, Video Games, the band have released a string of tracks and amassed a substantial following in just four short months. After having played a handful of shows supporting other artists, The Terrys are hitting the road, playing three shows across NSW. Selling out their hometown show in just three days, the four-piece announced additional shows in Wollongong and Sydney. Whilst the Sydney show is also sold-out, there are still limited tickets available to the second Wollongong show here. Newcastle band LOONS will serve as the support act for the Sydney leg of the tour, with The Terrys sharing they connected with the band after both acts were interviewed by MILKY.

The Terrys began making music together when singer Finch and bassist Anderson were living in Jindabyne. The pair started writing together before moving back to the south coast where Ben Salvo moved into the same property. The three musicians soon began jamming together, forming the band shortly after. Brothers Cameron Cooper and Trent Cooper joined as their full-time drummer and bassist respectively.

Pesos is out now! Watch our interview with the band below and check out a stripped back performance of Video Games, exclusively for MILKY.


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