Sydney punk group The Buoys have released the official music video for their latest single, ‘Linda’, also dropping thier new EP today (July 10).
The group’s latest track is a follow-up to their first new music for this year, ‘Wah‘, released in April.
Watch the video for ‘Linda’ below:
In a statement, Buoys vocalist Zoe Catterall explained that ‘Linda’ is about unpleasant working environments.
“‘Linda’ is for anyone who’s had a shit boss. After being talked/yelled at, and begrudgingly working somewhere just so I could afford rent, I wrote Linda and quit,” she said.
In addition to the video, The Buoys have released their EP, ‘All This Talking Gets Us Nowhere’, released today through Spunk. The six-track EP is the band’s second, following on from 2017’s ‘Soft Boy’.
“The EP is a collection of experiences over the last year: a workplace feud, some guitar shop person cracking a joke about chicks not playing instruments and all the other tidbits of life,” Catterall said of the new EP.
Last month, The Buoys performed in an empty Lansdowne Hotel as part of the venue’s Empty Room Sessions performance series. Prior to the coronavirus pandemic shutting down the live music scene, the band also performed sets at Grampians Music Festival and Farmer and the Owl.
In 2019, The Buoys shared two singles, ‘Inside Outside’ and ‘Gold’, supported DZ Deathrays on their national tour and were on the lineups for Fairgrounds, Festival of the Sun, Lost Paradise and Party in the Paddock.
‘All This Talking Gets Us Nowhere’ is available to stream/download now.