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No Sister share their Influence

Thursday 29th August / presented by Darcy Love

Melbourne-via-Brisbane post-punk quartet No Sister have been RTRFM favourites for a while.

You might remember their 2016 self-titled debut, or their 2017 follow-up The Second Floor, both of which were featured here on The Sound Alternative.

Their new EP Influence released on August 23 and RTRFM presenter Darcy Love caught up with the band's leads Mino Peric and Tiarney Miekus to chat about the EP, their own influences and the similarities between Australia's contemporary post-punk scene and its formative years.

You can check out Influence here and keep up to date on all thing's No Sister here.

Darcy began by asking the band how they got together.

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