Exploding vocals, soaring guitars and a punchy rhythm section, Satin Cali are guaranteed to have you rocking as much as you’ll be feeling. Modern rock done exceptionally well, Satin Cali crank up the dial to stadium rock grandeur with new single ‘One of These Days’.
Ninety minutes south of Sydney, in Wollongong, is where you’ll find some of the strongest rock in Australia. Following the likes of fast favourites Hockey Dad, The Vanns and The Terrys, Satin Cali make it hard to remember a time when they weren’t slinging their signature open-air sound to ears around the nation.
‘One of These Days’ is a true powerhouse of modern day Australian Rock. It shows the band pushing forward on their mission of empathy, ruminating on self-determination.
Zac of the band explained, “One of these days is about believing in your goals and sticking to your guns, no matter what obstacle is in front of you. We decided to chill this song out sonically a bit more than some of previous releases, while keeping that Satin Cali grit relevant throughout. A lot of that magic we can credit Jack Nigro for too. Super pumped for this next release! Easily our best work yet”
Of the video, Gordo also added, “I had such a good time shooting the music video for ‘One of these days’, getting to shred my axe and cause a bit of chaos around Wollongong. The video shows that we are truly willing to play anywhere to have our music heard. A bookstore, intersection of a busy street, etc. Also, being able to showcase some of the epic locations our local community has was special. Super keen to show the world this one.”
‘One of These Days’ was recorded at iconic south-coast studio The Grove, where they collaborated with esteemed producer and mixing engineer Jack Nigro (DMA’s, Skegss, Julia Jacklin, Middle Kids) rounding out this power team was mastering by George Georgiadis.
With over 250k streams across only seven singles, it’s no surprise that previous releases have picked up major support with Aussie community radio tastemakers triple j with presenter Declan Byrne describing their sound as “Kings of Leon if they grew up surfing your local”
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