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Screaming For More

Thursday 20th April / presented by Chris Mason

Since their formation in the early 90s, indie rock powerhouse Screamfeeder have earned a place as one of Australia’s most-loved bands.

After releasing six albums and providing the soundtrack to a decade the Brisbane band took a break from writing and recording.

They caught the songwriting bug again in 2015 after a hugely successful run of shows to celebrate Poison City’s reissue of their first five albums.

On their new album Pop Guilt the Brisbane band sounds as good as ever: high energy riffs, sunny harmonies and lyrics bursting with the youthful love and longing they’ve always captured so perfectly.

Tim Steward called into The Mag for a chat with Chris Mason.

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