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Flight Facilities present Arty Boy

But all I wanna know is what you think about me, arty boy? Flight Facilities debut their new single, Arty Boy, in collaboration with musician Emma Louise.

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The Preatures present Yanada

Drawing inspiration from Sydney Theatre Company’s adaptation of Kate Grenville’s The Secret River, and the works of Wiradjuri/Kamilaroi artist Jonathan Jones, The Preatures present their new single Yanada in collaboration with Darug Songwoman Jacinta Tobin.

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The War on Drugs release Strangest Thing

I’ve been hiding out so long, I’ve gotta find another way. The War on Drugs return with Strangest Thing, the second single from their forthcoming studio album, A Deeper Understanding – to be released August 25.

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Wild Honey presents Break Away

Following the launch of the band’s own independent record label, Spillway, Sydney five-piece Wild Honey debut the film for their new single, Break Away.

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Alex Cameron presents Candy May

Sweet, sweet Candy May. Bathed in the bright lights of Las Vegas, Alex Cameron and his inimitable swagger return with the single Candy May from his impending album Forced Witness, out September 8.

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Noire premiere Real Cool

I got nothin’ without you babe. Inspired by a mutual love of Western movies, Sydney two-piece Noire debut their latest single Real Cool – an homage to David Lynch-style surrealism and the cult flick Paris Texas.

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Hair Die premiere Back Burning

Equal parts band and art collective, Hair Die have no trouble evoking our fascination. Here the four-piece – that is, Alys Hale and Cal, Sam and Monty Callaghan – give life to their vision with the video premiere of new single Back Burning, and we couldn’t look away if we tried.

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Tora premiere Too Much

Dream daze. Byron Bay four-piece Tora let us into their world with the video for Too Much – from debut album Take A Rest – premiering now on RUSSH.com.

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Vera Blue presents Mended

“I wanted to make a film where we witness the triumph of a young woman rising up to the experience of love.” Photographer Cloudy Rhodes collaborated with Vera Blue to create the video for Mended, from the singer-songwriter’s upcoming record, Perennial.