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Any Second Now

Friday 8th July / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

The path from Perth to Melbourne is well-worn. Generations of local folks have made the pilgrimage and some never come back.

Much-loved ex-Perth band Split Seconds is one of them, and they’ve used their experience as fodder for their new album.

It’s all there in Rest and Relocation: the bright lights and different bars of the big city, the playing to empty rooms, the cheap red-eye flights at Christmas.

Sean Pollard and the gang came home for a weekend album launch, and Sean joined Caitlin for Breakfast.

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