With wafts of the heady aroma of eighties greats like Martha and the Muffins or The Passions or even early Duran Duran, the new single from Melbourne’s BATZ is a vibrant poptastic blast of neon-lit joy, bursting with a catchy melody and cheeky refrain. BATZ aka Melbourne artist Chrissie Aubry says of the song:
I had flashbacks of nights out in London with my girlfriends and meeting various randoms, (some who became love interests) and thinking about scenarios where you felt like you could save the relationship. I always feel like I’m the one that can save friendships and relationships, fighting for the last hope to salvage something special.
It’s awesome pulse-racing stuff, injecting a bit of poise and glamour into the scene.
BATZ is launching the single in Sydney and Melbourne this week:
THURS MAY 31 | FRANKIE’S PIZZA | SYDNEY
w/ The Dead Riders
SAT JUNE 2 | THE GRACE DARLING | MELBOURNE
w/ Spiral Perm & Sterling