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‘Connect to Consume’ with super-charged Tasmanian Indie Rock band A Swayze & The Ghosts’ latest visual

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Full of the kind of energy we like, the Tasmanian band—A Swayze & The Ghosts—have constructed a high-voltage track called ‘Connect to Consume’. Not only is the record easy to enjoy, but it also deserves award ceremony recognition from some high-brow institution. The super-charged track premiered at Jack Saunders’ show on BBC Radio 1 called, ‘Next Wave’. Honestly, even if you aren’t into Indie Rock, this is creativity you can appreciate all across the board.

Over the last eighteen months, A Swayze & the Ghosts has performed at The Great Escape and supported Nude Party on their UK tour. In Australia, the band played major festivals including Splendour in the Grass, BIGSOUND and Falls Festival, as well as shows alongside Shame, The Vines, and Total Control amongst others.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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