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Live Review: Triple One highlight their versatility with introspective 'Project Revenge'

27 May 2020 | 1:31 pm | Emma Jones

Triple One once again highlight their versatility with one of their most reflective, introspective cuts yet in 'Project Revenge'.

Following on from their April single, 'Handyman'Triple One have returned with another new heater, 'Project Revenge'. Switching things up considerably from their last release, 'Project Revenge' is yet another example of just how versatile and innovative Triple One really is.

Complete with an animated video created by Paul Rhodes & Lester Chan which pays tribute to their community including references to the suburb of Ashfield, as well as Nooky, ChillinIt and the #420Family, Huskii and Triple One's manager, 24 Karat Kev. It's fitting to have such a captivating video filled with Easter eggs for longterm fans on one of their deepest cuts to date. While 'Handyman' was already a proven crowd favourite with a booming beat, infectious hook, hard hitting verses and steamy lyrics, 'Project Revenge' sees the group turn their focus inwards in the same vein as 'Butter' or The Libertine 2before it. It's this ability to be unafraid to get real that sets Triple One apart from the rest.

Triple One were meant to be kicking off their biggest tour yet this weekend in celebration of their new releases, but the global pandemic has hit pause on these plans. No doubt as soon as they're able to, they'll be back on stage where they belong and when they do, 'Project Revenge' will be a serious highlight.

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Words by Emma Jones

Image: Sly Morikawa