New single (not Pringles) for Byron band Potato Potato

NESTLED in the Byron Bay hinterland, Potato Potato spend their days hanging out on the farm, passing time by baking, catching waves and occasionally tending to the chickens.

Sometimes they play music too.

The emerging local folk pop band have released a new single Everything is Coming Back, an uplifting pop song featuring swift banjo riffs and a chorus or rich, full vocal harmony.

A taste of their debut EP due out next month, Everything is Coming Back was recorded by Steve Law (SUNROOM) and mastered by Paul Gormisall (Eric Clapton, Blur, Sinead O'Connor, The Gypsy Kings).

Their four part harmonies and catchy melodies have captured the attention of many, and as a result they have already been privileged enough to play at Splendour in the Grass, Woodford Folk Festival, Byron Blues and Roots Festival and Mullumbimby Music Festival. 

After playing alongside Jinja Safari, The Black Sorrows, Donavan Frankenreiter and Husky within the year they've been creating music together there's no questioning what they'd love to be doing for many, many years to come.

Check out their website here.

Check them out on Triple J Unearthed here, or take a look at their Facebook or YouTube accounts.
 



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