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In 64 Sets
- 93 Tracks, 6.30.54
- 63 Tracks, 4.04.43
- 11 Tracks, 52.05
- 35 Tracks, 2.31.47
- 103 Tracks, 6.39.35
From the 'whistle while you work' opening of 'Zimbabwe', the summer grooves of 'Tapioca' to the dramatic crescendo of 'Oceans', New Navy’s debut ‘Uluwatu’ EP demonstrates the Australian bands powerful songwriting ability and consistent style.
New Navy balance sparkly guitars with front man Ben McInerny's smooth vocals, delivering strong bass-lines and breezy indie grooves to great effect. They have received impressive early support from radio and media with comparisons to Foals, The Whitest Boy Alive and Cold War Kids when talking about this promising young 4 piece.
New Navy have come a long way since the release of their three-track demo last year, which saw them take out the JD set, hold the number one position on Triple J unearthed charts and share stages with the likes of Wolfmother, The Philly J's, Midnight Juggernaughts, The Holidays and The Scare.
NME – “Foals go tropical.”
Russh Magazine - “...it’s the kind of thing that makes you smile, wide and hard, no matter how late you’re running or how bad the traffic is.”
Richard Kingsmill (Triple J) - "5/5 Wow! You weren't kidding about the clean guitars. The tiny guitar licks in this song (Zimbabwe) are really clever. And percussion has become the new lead guitar break!"