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Artist Info

Concrete Lawn

Powered by Audioscrobbler™Concrete Lawn hurl out an abrasive form of DIY punk that’ll kick you right in your teeth. It’s relentless and unapologetic; an all-out explosion of vitriolic energy.
Since releasing their five-track demo EP, the Sydney four-piece have torn through venues all over the city, ripping the faces off anyone wise enough to listen.

Taking inspiration from the politically-charged punk bands of the 80’s (think X-Ray Spex, The Bags, Bikini Kill), Concrete Lawn stomp through crunching guitars and reckless vocals to craft an arresting and sound that’ll leave you no choice but to sit up and pay attention.

The name Concrete Lawn originally came from a song written by guitarist Campbell’s cousin’s band East River. “He popped the suggestion to have it as our band name at praco one day. From then on it kind of stayed with us merely because it upholds such great meaning for us.”

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