Hailing from Perth, Teen Angst are a four-piece who write about unrequited love and staying at home on weekends to watch 90’s TV shows.
Influenced by the likes of Best Coast, Remember Sports as well as Buffy The Vampire Slayer, adds to their brand of “antisocial-pop.”
They’ve supported Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, The Grates, The Beths and Bleeding Knees Club (to name a few), and have played a plethora of shows across Western Australia including RTR FM’s Radiothon and WAM Fest.
TEEN ANGST ARE:
Michelle Yeong – vocals, guitar
Connor Patmore – guitar, backing vocals Emilie Monty – bass, backing vocals Fraser Patmore – drums
ABOUT ‘LET (PULL THROUGH) / CHEESEBURGER’ – DOUBLE-SINGLE:
(Official release 25/05/20)
Following on from their 2019 EP ‘Not So Vitriolic,’ the double-single release hones in on the country-punk aesthetic – featuring upbeat percussion and hooky guitar melodies.
Written during the summer of tennis, ‘Let (Pull Through)’ reflects on the perplexity of managing life and trying to survive it the best way possible, whilst using a tennis let as a metaphor to convey the feeling of scraping through life.
‘Cheeseburger’ is an ephemeral track reflecting on a dire cheeseburger craving. Stylistically, the track takes inspiration from 60’s pop and Australiana guitar indie- lead pop.
HERE’S THE SINGLE:
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