The Terrys share new thrasher inspired music video for ‘All Good’
The Terrys, the infectious surf-rock outfit continue their steady ascent with the imminent physical release of their debut album, True Colour arriving on Feb 24. Ahead of their upcoming $5 shows and national tour supporting FIDLAR, The Terrys today share their latest music video for ‘All Good’. LISTEN + WATCH HERE + PRE-ORDER TRUE COLOUR HERE.
‘All Good’ sees the prismatic group channel Blink-182 and Simple Plan as they traipse back to their stomping grounds: the skatepark. Rounded out with a bevy of ollies, grabs and grinds, lead guitarist Lukas Andersson shares of the video, “Kiama is where Jacob and I grew up and god it was such a wholesome and fun experience! Being able to make such a sick video clip at the skatepark we learnt to skate in with some of the OG older lads who we’ve been skating with since brought back a lot of nostalgia for us!”
Tas Wilson, director for music videos by Ruby Fields, Maddy Jane, and Adam Newling, shares of their collaboration, “The boys basically wanted to make a skate part for the new music video. It made the production pretty straightforward. It meant just going to the skatey, getting clips and hanging, which we were all psyched on. Fender sent some gats for the purpose of demoing too, which was mental. We shot it on a VX1000 with a death lens fisheye and a Hi8 with a fisheye. Unfortunately, the dinosaur VX made it a battle to get the media off and we weren’t able to capture it before the deadline. So we were forced to only use the Hi8 footage, which still came up well in then end. Who knows maybe there’ll be an A-Side release down the track. All in all, it was an epic day making the video with the lads.”
The latest track from The Terrys’ debut to receive the music video treatment is indicative of the fun, free-spirited and creatively ambitious nature of True Colour. Known for their easy-going, take-it-as-it-comes approach to life, throughout the album the band lift notes from The Vaccines, Wavves and The Wombats’ festival-ready hooks and bright, fast-charged guitar lines. Praised across NME Magazine, Tone Deaf, The Illawarra Mercury, Happy Magazine, RAGE, MTV and more, True Colour’s release saw The Terrys deliver a triple j Like A Version that caught the approval from its original songwriter Ben Lee; land in the triple j Hottest 200 at #122 for ‘Waiting For You’, #132 for their ‘Catch My Disease (Like A Version)’, and #180 for ‘Situation 99’; take the band to sell out regional shows across the country and more.
Recently the group announced a series of $5 shows in support of their bid to land an #1 ARIA Charting album with the physical release of True Colour on February 24 – available now for pre-order as limited edition vinyl, CD, cassette and skateboard. “Cya Harry Styles, catchya Tay Tay, chow for now Olivia Rodrigo – The Tezzas are taking pol” they share. With every $5 ticket includes a digital download of the release including a previously unreleased single – see all tour routing info and ticket purchase links, including their upcoming national support run with FIDLAR, BELOW.
True Colour LP is out now, buy/stream it here.
LIMITED EDITION LP VINYL + CASSETTE
Good Day ft. Esoterik & Scraps
My World ft. Bronte Alva
Can’t Catch Me
Waiting For You
Eyes Like Napalm
Fri 24th Feb – Torquay, VIC – Torquay Hotel
Sat 25th Feb – Melbourne, VIC – The Curtin Hotel
Sun 26th Feb – Sydney, NSW – The House of Music and Booze
Thu 2nd March – Wollongong, Music Farmers Instore performance
Fri 3rd March – Byron Bay, NSW – The Beach Hotel
Sat 4th March – Brisbane, QLD – Secret Party
Sun 5th March – Gold Coast, QLD – Best Served Loud
Sat 11th March – Mornington, VIC – Coastal Jam
Fri 17th March – Sydney, NSW – The Roundhouse*
Mon 20th March – Canberra, ACT – The Basement*
Wed 22nd March – Melbourne, VIC – Forum Theatre*
Thur 23rd March – Adelaide, SA – The Gov*
Sat 25th March – Perth, WA – The Metropolis*
Tickets are available HERE.