Brisbane poppers, Major Leagues are joining the Popfrenzy clan ahead of their new single 'Someone Sometime' and an upcoming tour this weekend. Their music flits between bobby sounds of endless summers and carefree teenage frivolity, with more somber dejected heartbreak seamlessly. Best for fans of throwback hazy sounds created by the likes of Pavement, Yuck and Best Coast.
With lo-fi ideals finished with a quick buff and polish, Major Leagues' sound is a rendered old photograph rather than an Instagram photo with a hasty filter wacked on - delightfully nostalgic rather than a unrefined imitation of a widely recreated genre.
We fell in love with these rascals after they released their last EP, Weird Summer in 2013. Worth the wait follows the sophmore EP, Someone Somewhere created with assistance from Unknown Mortal Orchestra's Jacob Portrait and Bored Nothing's Miro Mackie.
Click on to find their tour dates this July!
Major Leagues will perform their first headline shows in over a year later this month, with a return to venues in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane for the ‘Someone Sometime’ Tour.
Thursday 16 July | Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane
Friday 17 July | Brighton Up Bar, Sydney
Saturday 25 July | Curtin Bandroom, Melbourne
8th July, 2015 : Posted by Admin