“Africa” by Toto.
Henry and i plan to have a massive falling out after he releases his experimental free jazz solo album, infighting, “artistic differences”, followed by a move to an offshore tax haven then and a “reunion tour” with no original members of the band.
The last two festivals we’ve played someones mum has commented after that they really like us, so i guess we’re the pioneers of cool-mum-alternative-guitar-pop-rock which i’m totally on-board with.
Saturday 22nd October 2016 – Old Bar, Melbourne VIC
Friday 28th October 2016 – Chippendale Hotel, Sydney NSW
Mates for a decade Gus Hunt and Henry Gosling have made themselves a strong part of Sydney’s DIY scene as Unity Floors. Their ability to create such a racket performing modestly on guitar and drums, has gained them respect in the scene and make them welcome regulars stages across Australia.
Their commentary of the banal happenings as twenty something’s comes naturally to the pair, their music like a noisy catch-up between old mates. Having never lended their talents to other bands, Unity Floors’ sound has natural fluidity, delivered fast with genuine familiarity and honesty.
Their unique set up and ability to create vastly accessible, skuzzy garage tunes has gained them a loyal fanbase over the years. Their debut LP, Exotic Goldfish Blues (Popfrenzy Records 2013) received great commendation from press and radio and even, surprisingly a feature in The Inbetweeners Two film with their hit single “Nice Fit”.
In 2016, the Sydney favourites returned to the studio to record their new album with producer Nick Franklin. Life Admin is the result and once again it showcases the boys’ ability to belt out one great honest and crappy tune after another.
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