Melbourne’s high-energy punk rockers, Snark, are bursting back onto the scene to present their latest single, “Stay”, leveling up once again. Bringing their single to the stage at their headline debut, Snark will be playing Cherry Bar on the 16th of September with Subcult and Evergreener.
“Stay” covers the concept of loss and closure when death touches a person’s life. Lyrically, the track explores the all-consuming feelings of grief from losing a loved one and the way it hits in rolling waves. The new single seeks to find peace after loss and centres around the push and pull of grief. Written from the perspective of someone left behind, the track encapsulates the emotions involved when “searching for some kind of sign from beyond and the brief moments of respite you can take from those memories where you can somehow still feel their presence,” tells the band.In true Snark fashion, they bring a taste of positivity and a lighter perspective to what is typically a heavy topic. The track is high-energy and promises to have listeners bopping along from start to finish, because in the band’s words “there’s nothing more cathartic than dancing away that darkness.”
Mean Jeans arrive in Australia for the first time ever, ready to rip dates supporting The Chats and headlining gigs of their own, equipped with a Chats split 7-inch of KISS covers and a fierce commitment to partying.
Mean Jeans is a trio of punk rock party animals that began in Portland, OR around 2007, consisting of Billy Jeans, Jeans Wilder, and Junior Jeans. They play the late slot at Cherry 1am.
$10 on the door!
The new Cherry Bar
68 Little Collins St, Melbourne
- (03) 9663 8268