The fifth single from their forthcoming debut album ‘Monster Hits’ sees Brisbane trio, Square Tugs celebrating amazing female musicians and artists. When playing in the Brisbane 80â€™s punk scene, the band recall it being a very blokey affair full of male privilege and female musicians were exceedingly rare. Decades later, thankfully, it is a different story, and we live in a society in which anyone can be involved in music in a diverse and embracing community which The Tugs love being a part of.
Musically, the song is influenced by 90â€™s American west-coast punk and it is an anthemic, up-beat song that kicks of their debut album ‘Monster Hits’ which is released on the 4th November.
â€œBack in the 80â€™s there werenâ€™t many women playing in bands and this song is all about the talented female musicians we have had the privilege of playing with in the past few yearsâ€
– Paulie Tug
Donâ€™t miss the Square Tugs album launch at The Zoo on the 19th November with The Glycereens, The Owen Guns (NSW) and Burnt Trash. This will be a show not to miss. Tickets via Oztix – CLICK HERE.
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