Sticky Fingers are back home with their shows nearly sold out for their upcoming Australian tour and with a brand new single, called 'Outcast At Last', ahead of their upcoming third studio album!
Starting 2016 off with a bang the boys premiered 'Ghost Town' as a protest to the Sydney lockout laws, now with the announcement of new track 'Outcast At Last' and the third studio album on its way, Sticky has started this year off with a bang!
Adding an extra twist the boys recorded the album oversea's in hope to calm their minds and change it up. "We recorded this album in Thailand," bassist Paddy Cornwall told triple j earlier, explaining they went on a bit of a four-week working holiday with regular producer Dann Hume to unwind after a hectic year of touring.
“We were all just pretty wrecked by the end of December and hanging there going ‘is everybody ok?’,” he continued. “So we found this amazing studio in Thailand as an excuse to have a holiday while keeping [things] going, staying at this amazing studio called Karma Studios.”
'Outcast At Last' still holds true to the Sticky way with the trademark blend of Aussie-infused reggae & roots, although this track has a bit more a poppy vibe.
The boys are heading on a national tour throughout April and already have sold out multiple shows. Following the Aussie show's StiFi will be jetting overseas with friends and fellow rockers Bootleg Rascal.