Interview: Slowly Slowly’s Ben Stewart takes us behind the scenes of St. Leonards

The long awaited new album from Melbourne’s Slowly Slowly is getting closer and closer to landing with fans and already, we’ve been given some stellar insights into what’s to come. You’ve got “Alchemy”, lively and surging with frenetic energy. Then there’s “Aliens”, of course – a different facet of the band’s songwriting on show, honest and…

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Slowly Slowly strip down & reimagine new single “Aliens”

Bringing renewed vigour to their sophomore record, Melbourne’s Slowly Slowly have continued to whet the appetites of their fans with their newly released single, “Alliens”. The slow burner sees Slowly Slowly’s Ben Stewart at his best, writing lyrics that tug at the emotions while offering an insight into the candid nature of the process for himself along…

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Exclusive Album Premiere: Slowly Slowly – Chamomile (2016 LP)

Since we first heard the memorably titled “Pussy Makes The World Go Round” (aka “PMTWGR”), we’ve been hooked on Melbourne duo Slowly Slowly. Between Ben Stewart and Alex Quale there exists a painfully genuine and heartfelt sense of songwriting and lyricism, an honesty that fans will have easily gleaned from “PMTWGR” and “New York Paris” in particular. On their debut album Chamomile,…

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Album News Weekly: 22nd July 2016

In this issue: Bright Eyes announce the re-release of their six album catalogue, Nick Waterhouse to release his third studio record, Alex Watts announces details of his new album Another Step In The Dark, Slowly Slowly anticipate the release of their debut album Chamomile and Seekae’s Alex Cameron strikes out with solo album of his…

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Single of the Day: Slowly Slowly “Pussy Makes the World Go Round” (2016)

Absolute tune. Slowly Slowly have done it again with new single, memorably titled, “Pussy Makes the World Go Round”. Featuring Tom Lanyon of CERES on this tune, “PMTWGR” highlights some great guitar work and that enticing punk rock delivery that for any 20-something, may evoke those angsty bands we were all listening to in high school during the early 2000’s….

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