Gang of Youths (Sydney) worship Lee Lin Chin and compare the music industry to Mad Max on the ARIA red carpet

Sydney band Gang of Youths have been unstoppable this year, releasing a commanding debut LP with The Positions and touring relentlessly throughout the year. With all their success, it was only right that they stop and reminisce about the higher power that got them this position: Lee Lin Chin, and where better to do it than on the ARIA Red Carpet?

While they were on their way to the big ceremony this past Thursday, the AU caught up with the band to talk about their nomination and how the year has gone for them, to which they had some pretty sound advice for anyone on the outside of the music industry looking in, thinking that it’s totally not a Mad Max-esque post-apocalyptic wasteland without handjobs and freebies. They insist that it very much is, before lightening things up with an ode to the omnipotent, prayer-like Lee Lin Chin, whom they all hold in very high regard.


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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

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