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Albums of The Week: Waax | At Least I’m Free

The Aussie post-punks slightly soften some of their rough edges for their second LP.

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Nealry three years after the release of their stunning debut Big Grief, Australian alt-rock. post-punk four-piece Waax have returned with their long-awaited sophomore LP At Least I’m Free.

Featuring the signature ferocious sound that has won them a legion of fans both in Australia and internationally, At Least I’m Free also boasts an exciting new level of songwriting that sees them explore a myriad of styles – from punk anthems to piano ballads. The result is a record that is unlike anything Waax have released before, but is guaranteed to find its way into the hearts of rock lovers everywhere.

Waax formed back in 2012 by powerhouse vocaliast, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Marie DeVita. She is one of the most intimidating, passionate, and zestful performers Brisbane has ever produced. Marie has openly talked about her struggle of being an emerging female artist in the male-dominated music industry. She has clear visions and hopes to unite and move people through her music.”


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