Upstanding Melbourne citizens Approachable Members Of Your Local Community release Semiotic Vision, a peaceable low-fi groove-pop jam cleared by WildnFree OHS as highly safe to encounter.
According to their amusing website bio, the loveably curious name of Southside’s freshest boy band “pays homage to the community their grandparents helped form after fleeing from Eastern Europe and arriving as refugees to Melbourne.” Fine people they surely were to leave a legacy of grandkids dropping sweet grooves like Semiotic Vision.
There’s some great psych-rock chops behind the Semiotic Vision scenes as well, with the track engineered and mixed by Casey Hartnett (King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard) and mastered by Poons Head (Tame Impala, Pond). Catch them on tour supporting Kira Puru, or head to Melbourne’s Toff In Town for the single launch on Saturday April 14. Sydney people can catch them for a debut appearance at Rare Finds’ 3rd Birthday at Oxford Art Factory on April 21.