News; Cash Savage is ‘$600 Short On The Rent’

Cash Savage and the last drinks

On the eve of the release of their much-anticipated new album ‘So This Is Love’, Cash Savage and the Last Drinks have shared the focus single, ‘$600 Short On The Rent’ a song that hits harder in light of the current rental crisis and the surging cost of living. The new album is a commentary on fragile mental health, a fragile economy, the fragility of the environment and our personal relationships, all on the brink of collapse, threatening to crack under pressure

“Depression is a human experience, but having not experienced it before, I had no idea how it infiltrates everything. The rot gets into everything – your relationships, your memories, your self-worth, your capacity to work and create. It’s definitely given me a new level of understanding about mental health and compassion for what people go through.”

Cash Savage

The new single has been released with an accompanying video. The song features a sonic onslaught of crunching guitars that is in stark contrast to the revealing and insightful lyrics.

“It’s a fragile situation / It’s sitting in the sun on a winter’s day / I’m sorry I can’t be more cohesive / Oh this fragile situation snuck up on me”

‘So This Is Love’ LP is Out via Mistletone Record April 28, pre-order HERE.

Cash Savage And The Last Drinks With special Guests Blake Scott (WA) & Gut Health (VIC) ‘So This Is Love’ Australian Tour Dates
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Sat May 6 Mojo’s Bar Fremantle WA
With special guest Blake Scott

Sat May 13 Meeniyan Town Hall Meeniyan VIC
With special guests Gut Health

Fri 19 May Minerva Ballarat VIC
With special guests Gut Health

Sat 20 May Torquay Hotel Torquay VIC
With special guests Gut Health

Thu 1 June Brisbane Powerhouse Brisbane QLD
With special guest ENOLA

Fri 2 June The Eltham Hotel Eltham NSW
With special guests ENOLA

Sat 3 June City Recital Hall Sydney NSW
With special guest June Jones

Fri 23 June The Corner Hotel Melbourne VIC
With special guests Gut Health

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