With a start reminiscent of early BRMC before slithering sexily into latter Kingswood synth-rock, and sprinkled with the 'oohs' and indie-pop charm of End Of Fashion, Brisbane's Lost Goat Found have hit a home run with their newest single 'Open Invitation'.
After a solid 2019 that saw the four-piece – who grew up as neighbours and have been playing music together for ten years – release three singles, 'Open Invitation' is what the lads described as the "chai latte of our discography".
"The song started as a homage to Billie Eilish after Morgan (our lead singer) spent an entire afternoon listening to 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?', and falling desperately in love with her."
Fresh off featuring at the Mountain Goat Valley Crawl in February, Lost Goat Found recorded 'Open Invitation' themselves before handing it over to be mixed by Sean Cook (St. Vincent, Big Scary, MGMT) and mastered by Paul Blakey.
"'Open Invitation' is definitely our most personal track to date," the band says. "It started off as a song about sex, then morphed into a song about being lonely after sex, and then settled somewhere in the middle.
"'Open Invitation' is the chai latte of our discography. A bit different, definitely a bit wanky, but overall an undeniably tasty tune."
Ahead of the song's release tomorrow (29 May), scenestr is stoked to premiere 'Open Invitation' today. Enjoy.