It feels as though no time has passed since the trio from Budgewoi burst out of teenage bedroom stereos more than a decade ago with their undeniably catchy blend of pop punk.
Now, Short Stack‘s post-pubescent angst is firmly intact, but there has been a sudden and unlikely transformation.
On this fifth album, the band’s first in seven years, Short Stack traverse differing genres and moods with deliberate (but still bratty) charm.
Stream: Short Stack, Maybe There’s No Heaven
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