Sunny Coast x Melbourne trio Tetsuians bring the lo-fi indie rock and surf vibes on debut album

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We love seeing Sunshine Coaster’s mixing it up with musicians from all over Australia - case in point, Tetsuians with a mix of Coast and Melbournian musicians.

Pushing forward with their self-titled debut album, Tetsuians bring their indie rock/surf vibe mix to the front.

Fans of late 60s lo-fi, and 90s indie pop should immerse themselves in this album, and let the grooves and jangly guitars wash into your earholes.

After the release of their singles ‘Blue or Blackballed’, ‘Chump Change’ and ‘Who Won the Cold War’, Tetsuians set out to further trek the eastern coastline of Australia to collect small lumps of audio, before freezing them into the shape of songs.

Once enough of these paean chants had been collected, they were fashioned into the whatchamacallit doohickey you see before you.

Tetsuians came to life in 2015, drawing from the members' shared love for haberdashery and overland supersonic flight. After to reach the audience they craved through these vacations, they decided to release their debut LP, Tetsuians as a side project to infiltrate the general populace.

Turned out they liked making music.

Check out Tetsuians debut album via bandcamp, and tell them we sent you.