When Are You Going To Give Up On Me So I Can Give Up On Myself

by Jackson Reid Briggs and The Heaters

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Jackson Reid Briggs & The Heaters release the follow-up to their 2016 self-titled EP with full-length album ‘When Are You Going To Give Up On Me So I Can Give Up On Myself’.

Heralding a fresh and honed sound, the record sees the Melbourne band continue to investiagte the question of what it means to exist in an increasingly disenchanting day and age through 11 blistering meditations.

The tracks were recorded and mixed by Max Ducker at Cellar Sessions Studio and mastered by Wade Keighran in Nov/Dec 2016.

credits

released March 30, 2017

Jackson Briggs - Vox Guitar
Michael Whiting - Bass
Craig Martin - Guitar
Michael Lucas - Drums

Additional guitar by Ryan Potter
Saxophone by Lloyd Honeybrook

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Jackson Reid Briggs & The Heaters Melbourne, Australia

What a goddamned mouthful. What a bloody earful. Punk rock n roll without the spit shine.
Jackson Reid Briggs, after a year or two playing solo & exiled from his home, adrift in the worlds most liveable city needed a backing band. Sandwiched somewhere between his hometowns The Saints and Neil Young at his most ragged, playing in a dirty old pub on the outskirts patronised by locals only. ... more

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