Today, Sydney punk rock band Kids Of Yesterday announce their debut album Escape Planet, to be released Friday November 6. The first single to drop is the punk rock banger Reefer Madness.
Reefer Madness draws heavy influence from the film of the same name released in the 1930’s and seeks to undo the damage it caused to an industry that could quite literally save our species. The song harps back to the classic punk of Bad Religion, NOFX with a touch of Frenzal Rhomb. Reefer Madness introduces listeners to Kids Of Yesterdays comedic side.
Kids of Yesterday is the brainchild of singer/ guitarist / chief songwriter Duncan Davidson. The band first formed in 2010 in the jam room of a Tempe share-house. Over the years founding members Duncan Davidson and Joseph Lamond have been joined by many talented musicians in the line up, as the band gigged frequently throughout Sydney, while self-releasing several EPs.
2020 saw the band enter The Grove studios on the central coast of NSW to record their debut album with producer Jack Nigro (DMA’s, Skegss, Vacations). The result being one of the best punk rock albums to come out of Australia in a very long time.