Here’s 5 tracks as chosen by Australian female-fronted surf punk trio TOTTY, ahead of their national tour in July supporting Skeggs.
[powerkit_row cols_nr=”2″][powerkit_col size=”7″]Dune Rats – No Plans
Kell: Been waiting for new Dunies songs and as soon as I heard the first snippet I knew it was gonna be a good one. It only premiered the other day but it’s been stuck in my head ever since.

The Gooch Palms – Burnout
Kell: This song is just so good! Subject matter, melody, everything about it. It’s probably my favourite Goochies song ever.

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Fat White Family – Tastes Good With The Money
Max: It’s a real odyssey of a track from a crazy band, it moves through from Gregorian chants to spoken word to a sax solo and it feels so grimy and slimy the whole time! It’s really exciting to see a band who has been through so many crazy changes and struggles come out with an awesome record like this.

Metz – Pure Auto
Max: Love the raw sound of everything in this – the track is just good old fashioned Metz. Really sounds like you’re in a small venue being blasted by amps and drums. The energy in the music is intense and is great at building and releasing tension, while also adding some melody not seen from the band previously.

Chris: This song is so good at getting right up in your emotions and feels really vulnerable yet shows so much strength at the same time.