FANGZ Drop High-Octane Single 'Wasting Time' Alongside Tour Announcement

Eora/Sydney punk rockers FANGZ are back with a bang, unleashing their blistering new single 'Wasting Time', a track that serves as a defiant middle finger to superficial relationships and misplaced loyalty.

Produced by Tim Maxwell (LOSER) and mixed by Jonathan Gardner (Front End Loader, Grinspoon), 'Wasting Time' is a sonic whirlwind of raucous guitars, thunderous drums, and frontman Joshua Cottreau's impassioned vocals. The track hurtles forward at breakneck speed, drawing inspiration from post-hardcore heavyweights like Refused and Thrice while injecting a healthy dose of pop sensibility into its infectious chorus.

The song's lyrics delve into the disillusionment that can come with realising that some friendships are built on shaky foundations. “‘Wasting Time’ is about people who you spent years of your life partying with only to realise that you have created zero real connection together," explains Cottreau. "Once the party is over, who is truly your friend?"

The single's release coincides with the announcement of FANGZ's upcoming national tour with Cancer Bats, promising an explosive live experience for fans across the country. With 'Wasting Time', FANGZ have crafted a potent anthem for anyone who has ever questioned the authenticity of their relationships. The song is a cathartic rallying cry to shed toxic connections and prioritize genuine bonds.

'Wasting Time' and its accompanying B-side, 'Nothing To Lose', are available now on all major streaming platforms.

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