Perth’s Patient Sixty-Seven have been hella busy behind the scenes working on new material to follow-up their incredible EP, Home Truths. To keep us on our toes ’til that day comes though, the boys have unveiled a dysfunctionally heavy version of a classic 2000s pop song. Remember Michelle Branch and her track ‘Everywhere’?
The band have added their heavy impact to this pop classic while keeping it as catchy as ever. If you’ve ever wished you could throwdown to this track that’s made an impact on the early 2000s crowd thanks in part to its feature in the American Pie movie franchise, well, now you can! Patient Sixty-Seven haven’t changed the original dramatically or anything, but they’ve included in a pretty tight breakdown midway through which will go down so well amongst your weekend post-hardcore Sunday sessions. Vocalist Tom Kiely shares:
“We’ve kind of been locking ourselves away writing new music, and we thought this song would be the perfect way to have some fun inbetween it all. I love this song so much, it’s catchy, fun and energetic. We wanted to capture the heart of the Punk Goes Pop releases of years gone by. We had a blast recording and filming the track, and we hope people can sing-along with us too!”
Thanks guys for bringing that up again! Are Fearless Records out there listening? We’re all patiently waiting for that next volume of Punk Goes Pop to drop any day now…
Words by Tamara May @citylightstam
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