Regulars of Melbourne's indie music scene, Tetsuians have revealed another sample from their forthcoming third album ('Repairs And Alterations' that's due 30 August) titled 'Walk It Off'.
The song features nostalgic-drenched, reverb-friendly indie guitars matched to breezy, melodic undertones that serenade the eardrums. It's smooth, crisp post-punk rock that showcases the group's collective influences of Wilco and Supergrass.
Lyrically, the track explores men's collective inability to assess real-level risk management and that it's usually a feminine voice ensuring the long-term survival of the male species.
Ahead of the song's release on Friday (5 August), scenestr is stoked to premiere the 'Walk It Off' music video today. Enjoy.
Staged in a local rehearsal room with Tetsuians members jamming out 'Walk It Off', the clip also features members of Melbourne bands The Maggie Pills, Signal Chain, Annual Leaf, AM Reruns and Billy Cart.
When Tetsuians fail to give up the room when their time is up, the Naarm female indie supergroup take matters into their own hands dishing out their own form of kick-ass punishment.
"Nobody was harmed in the making of this video. . . except myself," singer-guitarist Trent Price says.
"I guess our protagonists took their roles a little too seriously and I experienced a dislocated patella in the process of filming. So I guess I was unable to live up to the song title!
"Big thanks to the Melbourne ambulance service."
Tetsuians launch their third album 'Repairs & Alterations' at Mamma Chen's (Melbourne) 3 September.