APES set to release debut album, Stranger Than Strangers, May 19th

Melbourne based four-piece APES have announced their highly-anticipated full-length debut album will be dropping May 19th on MGM Distribution, following up their 2013 Helluva EP. With four years in the making and a bunch of big names on board for mastering and mixing (Brian Lucey, Mark Rankin, Jackson Barclay, Malcolm Besley), Stranger Than Strangers is sure to be a pivotal release for the Ballarat boys.

APES have already made waves with lead single “If You want It” and the newly released track, “Filter”- a sophisticated, up-beat release with super clean production and tidy guitar work.

Catch APES at Karova’s Carpark Festival in Ballarat on April 29th in Ballarat – tickets on sale now at oztix.com.au.

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