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Mitch, Please

Mitch, Please
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Mitch, Please are a 5-piece nerd punk band from Meanjin/Brisbane. On December 9th, 2022, Mitch, Please released their second 6-track EP Yes, Thanks, which is the long awaited follow up to 2020’s debut EP The Bin Collection. Using familiar elements of satire and double entendre akin to The Bin Collection, Yes, Thanks takes inspiration from relatable shortcomings such as puzzle-addiction, over-consumption of fizzy drinks and the hoarding of band shirts.

Mitch, Please sit somewhere between pop punk and hardcore in the genre spectrum. Elements of fast-tempo melodic pop meet heavier metal riffs and vocals that range from thrash-heavy to Disney-whimsical, with many levels in between. With Kayla Philp on drums, Steve Reed and Matt Sim on guitar, Nick Bragg on bass and Polly Cooke on vocals/keys, Mitch, Please are a diverse cast of definitely humans making songs about cats and fizzy drinks and of course, mathematics.

Debut EP The Bin Collection helped solidify the band as a local South East Queensland favourite, playing to a loyal fan base alongside some well-known Australian artists including Regurgitator, The Fauves, Phil Jamieson, The Decline, Glitoris and Wolfpack. The Bin Collection received generous airplay from national community radio stations, with 4ZZZ FM ranking it in the Top 20 most played every week for over 4 months following its release.

Following the positive reception of The Bin Collection EP, Mitch, Please hit The Plutonium studio again in 2021 with audio engineer virtuoso Darek Mudge behind the desk to put together Yes, Thanks. The first single released from Yes, Thanks entitled ‘The Power of the Trake’ reached 3rd place in the 4ZZZ Hot 100 for 2021.

Physical copies of Yes, Thanks are available on the band’s website www.mitchplease.com.au and at shows, and include their debut EP The Bin Collection. So dust off your Discman and plug in your earballs, Please, for Yes, Thanks.
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