Collarbones – Turning


Sydney/(r)Adelaide duo and pseudo boy band Collarbones are back with their latest cracker of a single Turning.  This single screams 90s disco diva right from the word go yet there is an underlying lo-fi quality to Turning that keeps the track in this planet (read: on my iPod). It’s fun, infectious, shiny, full of synth-gasms and all those other adjectives you want in a single. Probably one of the best ways you could spend the next 4-mintues of your life. Do eeeeeeet.

Turning is the first taste of the forthcoming appropriately titled LP Return from Marcus Whale and Travis Cook  i.e. Collarbones due out in November.

Words By Amie Mulhearn 

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