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  • India Wallis

'Come And Get It' The Splints Share Their Strong Debut

The Splints, four lads from Meanjin/Brisbane all met whilst playing in different bands from different backgrounds. Now, they have come together to breathe life into a new project born from early indie rock, pop punk, and Aussie rock influences to share their debut track 'Come And Get It'.

Curating a guitar rock sound with intentions of nostalgia, they bring the sonic impression of the bands from their youth and share it to a fresh audience. 'Come and Get It' was conceived by songwriter James Walmsley in his early 20's. Writing the song about self limitation, overthinking and deciding that it's time to let it all in - to invite those fears and anxieties to come in through the front door. To Come and Get It!

For fans of The Wombats and Arctic Monkeys (pre elevator music) The Splints have something new and exciting to offer the Australian indie rock scene, Choppy guitars and dance party drums, 1960's inspired harmonies with a modern touch.

The guitar in the track has indie rock qualities, whilst the vocals are reminiscent of the UK's early 2000's rock scene. The chorus is a captivating, dopamine releasing moment that will have you singing along to it in no time. The three minute feel-good tune is the perfect debut release.

Produced, mixed and mastered by Brock Weston (Bugs, Beddy Rays) 'Come and Get It' is The Splints first single, and is just the beginning of what's to come for the band. You'll catch them in Brisbane's music scene tearing down the music hotspots with lush guitar music. Enough to spell out that rock n roll is far from dead.

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