Nelipot make music that is direct, music that doesn't hang around.
The NSW Central Coast-based indie-rock trio have a blistering sense of colour in their songwriting, fusing dance-punk elements with pop ear-worm melodies.
Reminiscent of everyone from LCD Soundsystem to Pulp via the visceral side of The Vaccines, their punchy, illicit charm is bowling over fans Down Under.
New single 'Garden Hose Rainbows' is a salute to summer, packed with energy and blessed with that biting, anthemic chorus.
Frontman Jordan Olyslagers explains...
“With a little abstraction, the song articulates the struggle between one’s contentment with themselves as ordinary, average, and mundane, against the ubiquitous longing to be special, to be spectacular, to ‘maximise potential’”.
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