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  • Emma Ray

Introducing: The Phosphenes and their latest track 'Plastic Dream'

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The Phosphenes, the dynamic teenage alt-rock trio hailing from Caboolture, Queensland, share their latest single, 'Plastic Dream' as part of their upcoming EP 'Cletus'.

Following the success of their debut EP, 'Loose' and fueled by their unwavering passion for crafting innovative music and captivating live performances, The Phosphenes are set to captivate audiences once again with their distinctive sound and thought-provoking lyrics.

Recorded at the prestigious Airlock Studio and meticulously mastered by 12th and Vine Post, 'Plastic Dream' is a poignant exploration of the modern obsession with materialism and social validation. The band's introspective lyrics delve deep into the pervasive influence of social media and the insatiable pursuit of material possessions at the expense of meaningful relationships. With raw emotion and infectious energy, The Phosphenes deliver a powerful message that resonates with listeners of all ages.

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Commenting on the inspiration behind 'Plastic Dream' the band members shared, "Our generation is often consumed by a relentless pursuit of material possessions and validation through social media. 'Plastic Dream' serves as a reminder of the emptiness that lies beneath the surface of this obsession and encourages listeners to reevaluate their priorities." The Phosphenes will be playing a free show at Suzie Wongs on Friday June 28th.

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