A year on from the release of debut album Terry HQ, Melbourne based four-piece Terry are ready to unveil its follow-up. Entitled Remember Terry, the record is slated for a June 30th release via Upset The Rhythm. As the labels describes, Remember Terry is “an album full of wish fulfilment, critiqued characters, memorial muscle and historical hustle”.
The announcement comes with the first single ‘Take Me To The City’ and a fitting jolly video. Here it is.
Hot on the heels of their recently released debut album Terry HQ, Melbourne based outfit Terry have unveiled a new video for the album’s excellent ‘Hot Heads’. The video, made by the band and also Tim Hillier and Mia Mcdonald, pairs the song brilliantly with country line dancing. Here’s what the foursome said about the song:
“Terry is packed tightly into a Volkswagen golf hurtling along the Xpressway in the rain, 5pm and the sun is already gone, just a grey haze interrupted by glowing factories and headlights. Everyone is wearing berets except the stranger in the car, he goes by Big Mac or Mr Scissors, he has laid out the plans for Terry’s trip. Sweaty backs. Clippity clop.”
Melbourne’s Terry released two 7″ singles last year and they are about to make some more noise. The quartet of Al Montfort (UV Race, Total Control, Dick Diver), Amy Hill (Constant Mongrel, School Of Radiant Living), Xanthe Waite (Mick Harvey Band) and Zephyr Pavey (Eastlink, Total Control, Russell Street Bombings) have announced their debut full-length album, Terry HQ. Comprising “10 of the greatest mishapen glam pop tunes Melbourne, Australia has to offer”, as the press release describes, the upcoming album is due out on July 1st via Upset The Rhythm.
The announcement comes with the first single from the record, the punchy and awesome ‘Chitter Chatter’. Listen to it below.