Listen to Bushwalking's New Tune "No Enter"
Bushwalking: Karl, Nisa, and Ela.
Australia's Bushwalking was originally intended as a solo project for Ela Stiles (the megababe from Sydney band Songs). But when she recruited Fabulous Diamonds’ Nisa Venerosa and Karl Scullin of Kes Band, she realized she'd accidentally formed a pretty cool new act.
Last year the trio released debut album, First Time, on US label Army Of Bad Luck, run by Josh Fauver (ex-Deerhunter). Eerie and hypnotic, it proved they were more than just a bunch of weird first names and that they had a real knack for psychic harmonies and piercing guitar tones.
We've got the premiere for the title track from their second album, No Enter, premiering below. It's a slow-moving gem, with Warpaint-like vocals meshing over metronomic basslines and some spacey guitar noodling.
'No Enter' drops on September 6, on the album of the same name, through Chapter Music.
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