Already the ‘fastest’ indie-pop band, Brisbane’s Dad’s Fastest Swimmers are now on track to be the catchiest thanks to their energetic and thought provoking second single ‘Scream My Name’. Paired with the announcement of their debut EP Hard To Swallow and EP launch show, the Brisbane based swimmers have packed up their boardies and picked up their guitars for the Summer to come!
A pool of slick guitar riffs, sharp piano hits and striking basslines, ‘Scream My Name’ is a vivid glimpse into the group’s indie-pop talents. Paired with an array of addicting harmonies, singer Lucky delves into the uncertainties of modern relationships and the mixed emotions one can face.
“‘Scream My Name’ is about a friend of mine who was in one of those casual relationships where it was pretty obvious that he wanted more from it,” Lucky explains, “It’s about putting all your cards on the table and questioning whether the person you’re with is there for you or just there for their fix.”
Brisbane’s favourite seven-piece band with ‘Dad’ in their name, the septet are still yet to receive any accolades in the swimming pool besides a participation ribbon. Their debut single ‘MixedMessages‘ on the other hand has racked up a combined 15,000 streams across the track and music video.
The final taste of their debut EP set for release October 25th, Hard To Swallow builds upon their previous themes of modern dating and hookup culture, voicing the internal thoughts that so many of us experience: the doubts, the emotions and the questions that go unspoken. Celebrating the long awaited launch of the project, Dad’s Fastest Swimmers will be taking to The Old Museum on release day to perform all the tracks live!
Dive into Dad’s Fastest Swimmers’ latest release, and be sure to catch the group performing at The Old Museum at the end of the month!
‘Scream My Name’ is OUT NOW Hard To Swallow EP out October 25th!
Dad’s Fastest Swimmers
‘Scream My Name’ | SINGLE
DAD’S FASTEST SWIMMERS LIVE DATES
Dad’s Fastest Swimmers – ‘Scream My Name’ EP Launch FRI 25 OCT | THE OLD MUSEUM | BRISBANE