The track tackles some pretty heavy topics.
Mornington Peninsula singer-songwriter Bridget Allan has unveiled the indie rock track ‘Asphyxiation’ ahead of her debut album, Nihilism, set to be released at the end of this year.
The record was put together with the help of Teenage Dads’ Jordan Finlay and tackles themes of love, climate change and mental health. The LP is a follow-up to Allan’s 2018 EP, Attrition of a Daydreamer, which received a fair few number of plays on triple j.
When she’s not dropping new tracks or attending climate protests, Allan and her band (Jake Hammill and Marlon Cini) are regular performers throughout Victoria’s music scene, making appearances at God’s Kitchen, Melbourne Supper Club and the Frankston Waterfront Festival. The crew have also supported The Hard Aches, Slowly Slowly and other high-profile acts.
Have a spin of ‘Asphyxiation’ below:
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