The Goon Sax have something natural, unforced.
Formed while still in high school, their debut album drifted from Jonathan Richman to The Go-Betweens via Beat Happening, while never truly replicating those influences.
Charting a nexus of ideas that is truly their own, the band's debut album was a sleeper hit in the global indie pop community, a record passed from friend to friend.
2018's 'We're Not Talking' found The Goon Sax maturing a little, developing in confidence and ambition.
Since then the group have toured far and wide, travelling a long way from their native Brisbane.
Heading to the UK, The Goon Sax are ready to unleash a new video for album cut 'Strange Light'.
Shot by the band's own Riley Jones the grainy lo-fi quality has a real immediacy to it, and it perfectly suits the music.
Tune in now.
Go catch The Goon Sax at the following venues:
20 Bristol The Old England - with Benajmin Spike Saunders
23 London The Victoria Dalston - with Drugstore Romeos - sold out
26 London Electric Ballroom - supporting Girl Ray
Photo Credit: Lance Bangs
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