Pop Filter have shared ‘Big Yellow Van’, the second single from their forthcoming debut album ‘Banksia’.
The Melbourne supergroup’s new track celebrates the respective members’ gratitude for his or her experiences touring and recording by their early 20s. Listen to it under:
Many of Pop Filter’s members previously performed as a part of The Ocean Party, which broke up following the passing of drummer Zac Denton.
Denton’s brother Lachlan, now one of many songwriters in Pop Filter, advised Weirdo Wasteland that ‘Big Yellow Van’ was “about all of us and the time we shared over the years touring and recording”.
“I think it’s necessary in life to stop and reflect on your experiences. I’m super grateful that I got to spend so much intimate time with my best friends, and writing this song was a way to tell them that.”
‘Big Yellow Van’ follows the release of the band’s first single ‘Laughing Falling’, and album monitor ‘Romance At The Petrol Station’.
‘Banksia’ is ready to reach on August 21 collectively by Osborne Again, Spunk Records, and Bobo Integral. Per a press release, the album was largely written and recorded over the course of 4 days in a household vacation home in Broulee on the NSW South Coast. It was combined and mastered by band member Liam Halliwell, whose undertaking Snowy Band launched their debut album ‘Audio Commentary’ in March.
The band mentioned it marked “the beginning of a new chapter in the lives of the band members, while acknowledging their collective shared history”. They additionally famous the band’s emphasis “on spur of the moment performance…[and] minimal takes”.