Track of the Day: Methyl Ethel “Majestic AF” (2020)

Methyl Ethel are about to release a new EP, Hurts to Laugh and “Majestic AF”, the first release off it, is our Track of the Day. The EP was recorded at the same time as the long-play Triage which was released in 2019. Front-man and the creative force behind Methyl Ethel, Jake Webb,  was clearly going through a burst of creativity at the time.

As with all things Methyl Ethel, the song in lyrical content and composition is nuanced, ambiguous and multi-layered. The drums and building crescendo, the falsetto, and lyrics highlight the despair of a loved one living a life that seems to be ignoring what is important.

They do have a run of gigs announced in Australia  – but as with all live music at the moment – this might well change.
Thursday 16th April | The Night Cat, Fitzroy, Vic | Sold Out (solo)
Friday 17th April | Mary’s Underground,  Sydney, NSW | Sold Out (solo)
Sunday 19th April | Goodwill Club, Perth, WA | Tickets HERE (solo)
Saturday 25th July | Splendour In the Grass, Byron Bay, NSW | Tickets HERE (Sold Out – join wait list)

You can follow Methyl Ethel on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and website

“Majestic AF” is out now on all platforms. Hurts to Laugh will be released on Friday 10th April, via Dot Dash / Remote Control

Bruce Baker

Probably riding my bike, taking photos and/or at a gig. Insta: @bruce_a_baker

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