Australian DIY punk rockers record live show for the Seattle independent radio station.
Melbourne punks Amyl and The Sniffers have joined the line-up for Seattle’s popular non-profit arts station’s YouTube Live Sessions.
The band performed popular tracks including Some Mutts (Can’t Be Muzzled) from their 2019 self-titled debut album. However the bulk of the performance covered songs from their latest album Comfort To Me . Hertz, Guided By Angels, Security, Knifey, Capital, I Don’t Need A Cunt (Like You To Love Me, and Maggot all made the set-list.
To get around current Covid-19 restrictions filming took place at Soundpark Studios in Victoria, Australia. The live session, directed by independent film and music video director Mark Bakaitis.
The band’s latest album ‘Comfort To Me’ recently smashed its way onto the UK and German album charts, propelling the band into the global punk spotlight.
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You can listen to Amyl and the Sniffers latest album Comfort To Me HERE.
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