Australian punks Amyl & The Sniffers have signed a deal with Rough Trade.
The band are part of an explosion of energy with the East Coast of Australia, with a plethora of hilariously raucous punk acts pouring out of the area.
Amyl & The Sniffers flew out to the UK to play The Great Escape in May, playing a handful of stand-alone shows around the showcase.
With Damaged Goods issuing a vinyl compilation of their initial EPs, the band's rama-lama, potty-mouthed punk anthems made for addictive listening.
Rough Trade have swooped to nab the band's signature, with Amyl & The Sniffers joining their roster.
The Australian group commented: "It's sick to sign with Rough Trade, the label has a great history. Plus hopefully we'll get first pressings of Sleaford Mods' records."
For their part, Sleaford Mods' Jason Williamson commented: “At least they look like they’re scum instead of pretending they are...”
Amyl & The Sniffers are set to release their debut album (proper) in 2019.
Photo Credit: Jamie Wdziekonski
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