Old and new albums to make your day…
31 March 2020
THE CHATS are a kick-ass no brakes punk band out of Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. Three young wolves with an unstoppable appetite for adrenalin injected blitzkrieg slams. They toured with stone rock icons Queens Of the Stone Age and living legend Iggy Pop. Their red-hot-blooded debut album ‘HIGH RISK BEHAVIOUR’ is out now. A powerhouse longplayer filled with kamikaze outbursts you can pogo to until you drop, like in the good old days. Imagine Richard hell on speed going nuts. Nasty riffs, vicious licks, razor hooks, and raging Jello Biafra vocals.
NME wrote: “The rough’n’ready trio call their ramshackle sound ‘shed rock’, and often sound like they’re about to blow the roof clean off… debut album ‘High Risk Behaviour’ is stuffed with the chaotic energy that the band has always held dear. From gruff opener ‘Stinker’, which sounds like the Sex Pistols sped the hell up, through to the infectious smirk of ‘The Clap’ – all gang vocals and hand claps – and the ‘Dookie’-esque ‘Do What I Want’, The Chats celebrate having a good time, whatever your surroundings.” Full review here. Score: 4/5.
Stream/purchase album here…
– THE CLAP –
– PUB FEED –
– DINE N DASH –