My many thanks to Rolling Stone Australia for premiering the music video to Admit Now, Pay Later! Been reading this iconic mag since I was a young fella so this is a real thrill for me. Directed by Nicholas Banicevic & Concept by Martin Greguric. A loving nod to the humble shopping trolley and its daily misadventures. Filmed in and around Western Sydney.
Admit Now, Pay Later is out now and available to stream and buy on all digital platforms!
My thanks goes out to the great Josh Pyke (Producer), Russell Crawford and Josh Schuberth for helping me bring this song to life. Thank you as well to Peta Caswell & Talk.Ink for the beautiful single artwork.
The single release also includes the song Patches, recorded with the amazing Sydney producer Wade Jackson.
Here it is friends, my new single ‘Weight in Gold’ (Lilystars Records/ Rock Indiana). I know that these are trying times we are in right now and it does feel a little odd to be releasing new music in this climate. But I’ve always seen music as the common denominator that binds us all together. A bottomless source of joy and escape.
My thanks again goes out to the great Josh Schuberth for bringing this song to life. I really hope you enjoy it.
Tremendously proud of this song and I really hope you enjoy listening to it. I will also be donating all 2020 Bandcamp sales of this single to OXFAM Australia, a charity organisation I am proud to support. As always, I’d be grateful for your help by sharing and adding this song to your playlists.
Many musicians, artists and those part of the Music/Arts Industry have been heavily affected by the COVID 19 pandemic. Countless jobs has been lost and the subsequent loss of a steady income for many in this industry is an extremely difficult and stressful situation to suddenly be facing.
I am throwing my support towards my mates and colleagues in the Music industry by getting behind Support Act and it’s fundraising drive. Money raised from this charity will go towards supporting those in our industry who need assistance during these times.
I have added the original vinyl test pressings of ‘Sometimes I Just Don’t Know’ (2 copies) & ‘Heart vs Mind’ (1 copy) to sell on my Bandcamp store. 100% of proceeds from these sales will go to Support Act and it’s fundraising drive.