The Adelaide punk rock band, Larsen have just released their latest EP “Second Wind.” Coming fresh off the back of their “Eating Me Alive” Tour, it is very clear that the punk-rock quartet have found their second wind, collecting five hard-hitting yet lyrically refined tracks that represent their best work to date.
Drummer Alex Andrews talks more on the EP:
“With the ‘Second Wind’ EP, we’ve never been more proud of our songwriting capabilities, and we’re so excited to share it with everyone. ‘Second Wind’ is very representative of where our band is at the moment – the pride we have for this release is as much of a second wind as we’ve ever had, further symbolised in the artwork from Richard Lavender. A lone warrior, preparing for his next stand against an opposing force. Preparing for his second wind.”
Larsen have loaded this EP with the personal highs and lows of trying to navigate the pressures of forging your own path in life; from dealing with career frustrations to falling out with a friend, ‘Second Wind’ represents a journey of self-discovery, told through the humorous and self-deprecating tone unique to a group of young Aussie blokes.
Larsen’s EP “Second Wind” is out now and you can stream it below.
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