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The Terrys Keep the Party Going On New Album ‘Skate Pop’

More breezy pop-rock from The Terrys on ‘Skate Pop’

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The breezy pop-rock of NSW South Coast five-piece The Terrys has won them a legion of fans since their 2020 formation, leading to a Number Three debut on the Aria Charts for first album True Colour.

Skate Pop doesn’t deviate much from The Terrys‘ formula of drinking brews, hanging with buds and smoking bud, although dashes of Eighties synth and a harmonica solo on the folksy “Favourite Place” show the band are still capable of adding new colours to a crowd pleasing, if limited, palette.

Stream: The Terrys, Skate Pop

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