Sydney punk band Food Court will be releasing their long-awaited debut long-player 'Good Luck' which was recorded in less than a week - all recorded live and under the masterful ear of producer John Castle. The band is currently touring with Tired Lion and have just announced a November national tour in support of 'Good Luck'. This album couldn't of come quick enough!
While the album was recorded in a week, Food Court worked on the songs over the past year and the result is a classic debut - a scrapbook of stories of lost loves, lost sleep, mistakes, anxious minds and a light drizzling of optimism on top. The album is powered through melody-driven garage punk and performance chops which were finely tuned earlier this year on
their inaugural SxSW appearance and touring through the US and Canada.
In the words of Food Court’s Cristian Campano, ''Good Luck is all about making the right choice even after you've made a few wrong choices.'' And while fans of the band's first two DIY EP's will still find their trademark cheeky irreverence very much intact, Campano elaborates, ''Overall we wanted to write songs that were louder, rawer, and straighter to the point
than we had previously before.''