Chatterbox: Until Home

Hey, tell us a bit about yourself.

So we’re a band from beautiful Brisbane, Australia. The band consists of Michael who is our lead singer, Matt our guitarist and Clayton who plays bass guitar. We’re all 23 years old, we all grew up going to the same high school and now all currently work together as disability support workers caring for those who are intellectually disabled.

Its safe to say we’re really close friends and all live inside of each others pockets which is great for working on music and being in a band together. 

Where did the new single come from? 

‘Digging Up Skeletons’ was written very organically. It wasn’t long after our debut EP was released that we started writing material for our next EP, saying things to each other like, “what would people really want to come and see live?” The drums just came so naturally and was the first thing that was written.

We then built the track from there with guitars and a few other melodies including the chorus lyrics. The song itself really captures what was going on for us at the time in our relationships. We really wanted to explore the fact that we’ve all got skeletons in our closets that we try to hide, and how it can really damage you when someone brings them up as ammunition against you.

Is there more content in the pipeline?

Yes! This track is the lead single from our upcoming sophomore EP. We’re really proud of it and how it sounds and can’t wait to release more songs from it. The best is still yet to come! 

What’s on the horizon for you?

Releasing more music! We’re rehearsing our killer live show at the moment and hopefully taking that on the road very soon with the new material. We’re also fully independent so lots of planning and organising for some very special things to come.


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