Surf rockers The Terrys crammed into Salvo’s bedroom in Gerringong to film their ‘In My Room’ performance.
The five-piece opened with a rendition of “Creeper” which, as singer Jacob Finch explained, has an important meaning. “The day that we went to record this song, I got a call from my mum saying that my older brother Matt had had a near-death accident and had fallen from a balcony three stories,” he said. “Luckily today he’s alive and well, so we’d like to dedicate this song to my beautiful brother. We bloody love you mate.”
That was followed by brand-new single “Rolling Stone”, which they’ve said is the “most sentimental” song they’ve ever written. Unsurprisingly, the track had an obvious inspiration. “It’s named after the magazine itself,” Finch revealed. “I guess you could say we got somewhat inspired. It’s about life, it’s about love, it’s about the streets of Australia, and it’s about The Terrys.”
The Terrys then closed their ‘In My Room’ performance with one of their old classics, “Pesos”. “We’ve been The Terrys and this has been a bloody bonanza,” Finch said before bursting into the track. “We’ve been having a great time in our bedroom, hope you guys enjoyed it all with us.”
Check out The Terrys’ performance in the player above, or by heading over to Rolling Stone AU/NZ’s Instagram page. The band’s latest single, “Rolling Stone”, can also be streamed below.
You can also catch The Terrys perform these two songs and many more at this month’s River Sounds Festival, which is set to take place in Bellingen, NSW, on Sunday, August 21st. They’re joined on the lineup by stellar artists like Baker Boy, Sunfruits, The Lazy Eyes, Alex the Astronaut, and Teen Jesus & the Jean Teasers. Tickets are still available here.
The Terrys’ “Rolling Stone” is out now on all digital platforms.