There’s nothing better than a scuzzy, gritty old din.
There’s nothing better than a scuzzy, gritty old din. Estrons have that one nailed down. After playing around with double trouble Slaves of late, there’s no chance they’re about to swap for a life of shy, retiring wallflowers.
“It’s a big song about insecurities and that cesspool of crap surrounding teenage emotions that still exist in your 20s and 30s,” singer Tali explains. Stemming from an overheard conversation between two lads bragging about their conquests, it’s a much deserved stomp to the musical nut sack. “You’re not asking, so I’m telling,” she proclaims. Don’t argue, she’s only gonna tell you once, mate. Next time, things get lairy.