Single Review: Gymnastics In The Seventies – 'Too Long'

Monday, July 24, 2017
Photo credit: Rhys Newling via Gymnastics In The Seventies's FB

Homegrown indie rockers Gymnastics In The Seventies recently dropped their new track and the second single off their upcoming EP Too Long.  

The track offers a distinctive indie beat featuring mild guitar riffs alongside earthy beats to create a blend of indie rock heaven. The track screams confidence as the band comes of the back of sold out shows and great success off their recent EP Daylessness

The bands recent release ‘Too Long’ shows how far the band have matured through the bright lyricism and beautifully placed beats. This track has to be one of my favourites and I can’t help but compare these guys to local indie legends Gang of Youths.  

These lads have progressed beautifully through this track and this can be seen by their vast instrumental range and angular guitar riffs.  

Their latest release was produced by Isaac Barter and Paul Maybury along with parenting with Melbourne’s Gap Tooth Records.  

Despite only forming in 2015, the band have become one of my favourite homegrown indie bands, and there is no doubt that with this recent release that they won’t move from that position.  

Written by Allanah Sciberras