Yet another Aussie band pulls a 2014 twofer that proves prolifically minded bands can keep up quality with their ambitions. Order of Operation, their second LP for the year continues their push towards jittery, bugs under skin synth punk that's one part Repo Man and one part belt-sander scuffed early Devo records. A deep, weary sickness permeates pretty much every inch of the record, and that sickness seems to be the core of their sound. They may be younguns but they have a sense of what they hate, and I can get down with that. They've deepened the lyrical load from some of their more adolescent humor on past releases to, if not completely adult, at least approaching that level. If you need more reason to celebrate, the band is hitting the states for a tour finally, bringing their uneasy noise to US stages.
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