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Amyl and The Sniffers

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Facts Amyl and The Sniffers 02:36
U Should Not Be Doing That Amyl and The Sniffers 03:26
Hertz Amyl and The Sniffers 02:34
Guided By Angels Amyl and The Sniffers 03:00
Security Amyl and The Sniffers 03:48
Freaks To The Front Amyl and The Sniffers 01:41
Don't Need A Cunt (Like You To Love Me) Amyl and The Sniffers 01:31
Shake Ya Amyl and The Sniffers 03:17
Some Mutts (Can't Be Muzzled) Amyl and The Sniffers 04:22
GFY Amyl and The Sniffers 01:48

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Australia's Amyl and the Sniffers embody the transgressive essence of punk rock and the hedonistic spirit of speedy garage-rock while also claiming a Number 2 album and an ARIA Music Award among their achievements. Vocalist Amy Taylor, drummer Bryce Wilson, guitarist Dec Martens and bassist Fergus Rom assembled in Melbourne, Australia in 2016 and launched Amyl and the Sniffers – whose name is a nod to the inhalant drug known as poppers – with a debut EP, Giddy Up, that year. A follow-up EP, Big Attraction, came in 2017 and their rip-roaring self-titled debut landed in May 2019 on Rough Trade Records. Joining Australia's weighty lineage of pub-rock and thrashy garage-punk heroes like fellow Melbourne group Eddy Current Suppression Ring, the LP was produced with former Add N to (X) drummer Ross Orton and hit Number 22 in Australia and Number 91 on the UK Albums Chart. They picked up the ARIA Music Award for Best Rock Album and in February 2020, the LP was nominated for the Australian Music Prize of 2019. Amyl and the Sniffers dropped their second album, Comfort to Me, in July 2021, which was produced by Courtney Barnett collaborator Dan Luscombe.