PREMIERE: The PB’s – My Actual Dad
Occasionally chaotic, in all parts considered and completely brilliant, Laundry Echo, is stoked to today premiere The PB’s debut EP My Actual Dad.
The PB’s are a four piece out Brisbane producing music that sounds capable of whipping any crowd into furore but also contains enough poise to make it palatable to your Dad. It’s clean cut, but barely contains a certain sense of chaos that bubbles away right there ready to run riot. The release of The PB’s blisteringly good My Actual Dad, sees the band put a huge hand up for bigger stages and bigger things in 2018.
Sitting at just over 12 minutes in total, My Actual Dad, is a blast of succinct indie jams that reference a league of influences from Nirvana to West Thebarton to FIDLAR. Flush with gang harmonies, intelligent guitar riffs and commanding drums, My Actual Dad, is start to finish one of the best EPs of the year.
Highlights come for me in lead single Anicone and closing track Hellementary. Anicone sounds as fresh and dangerous as it did when first released. A fist in the air jaunt that screams for you to follow it. Hellementary reintroduces The PB’s cracking harmonies using them to deliver a song soaked in all your worst memories from school with the straight to the point chorus of “fuck school”.
My Actual Dad is an exciting first offering from one of Brissie’s fast emerging finest bands well worth your attention.
And if you're in Brisbane this Friday get yourself to The Zoo for My Actual Dad EP Launch with Bloom Parade, Sleepwell and Bad Sext.