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Live Review: PREMIERE: The Buoys aren't messing around with new video for 'Linda'

9 July 2020 | 11:44 am | Emma Jones

Sydney band The Buoys share one last little treat with fans ahead of the release of their second EP out July 10th.

Sydney band THE BUOYS have one last little treat for fans before the release of their new EP All This Talking Gets Us Nowhere, on July 10th. Premiering today on Purple Sneakers, the band have now shared some brand new visuals for their latest single 'Linda', which is an anthem for anyone who has ever had a gutful of their boss.

The Buoys deliver no-frills rock with 'Linda', pairing relatable songwriting with powerful, blistering guitars and thundering drums to get straight down to business. They aren't messing around, and they have no time for your bullshit. Keeping things simple dressed entirely in white with a sparse background, the band do what they do best in this clip and simply perform the hell out of their song. Letting their music do the talking for them, they hold nothing back and just let 'er rip, allowing the viewer to experience all that The Buoys have to offer. Considering they were nominated for Best Live Act at this year's FBi SMAC Awards, they certainly live up to this hype here.

Speaking about the single, Zoe Catterall (guitar and vocals) said of the song, "Linda is for anyone who’s had a shit boss. After being yelled at and begrudgingly working somewhere just so I could afford rent, I wrote Linda and quit."

The four piece have gone from strength to strength lately, with pre-COVID support slots for the likes of Violent Soho and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, as well as sets at Farmer & The Owl and Grampians Festival. Now, with All This Talking Gets Us Nowhere about to be released into the world, the band are making waves for all the right reasons and we cannot get enough. Let's hear it for The Buoys!

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Watch 'Linda' below:

All This Talk Is Getting Us Nowhere is out July 10th via Spunk Records.

Words by Emma Jones

Image: Supplied