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Fuzz-rock band, Pretty City, release new single

Melbourne-based fuzz-rock band, Pretty City, release their new single, “Melt.” LISTEN HERE. The track comes from the band’s forthcoming debut LP, Colorized, slated for release this Spring. The album is the band’s follow-up effort to their 2013 EP, Heights.

Pretty City formed in late 2012, after founding member, Hugh Matthews (guitar/vocals), sent his new demos to drummer, Drew Schapper, and guitarist, Johnny Moretti, who both knew him from their involvement in Melbourne’s live music scene. After just two rehearsals, the band played their first gig as Pretty City and began performing around Australia almost immediately thereafter. Drawing inspiration from ‘80s shoegaze and ‘90s fuzz-rock, Pretty City cite influences, such as The Jesus and Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine and The Smashing Pumpkins.

 

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