PREMIERE: Sydney’s Crane Games Share Vibrant New Track ‘Four Day Week’



Sydney trio Crane Games create charming, guitar-driven pop that’ll stick with you for days. Having only formed at the end of 2017, the band have already carved themselves a DIY sound that is both tight and infectious. Today we’re very pleased to be premiering the first single from their forthcoming debut EP.

‘Four Day Week’ kicks off with an immediate groove and manages to maintain that same energy from start to finish. Through an effortless combination of jangly guitars and raw Australian accents, the song shines bright with all three members sharing the vocal duties. It really is a laid-back and dynamic approach, with twists and turns in all the right places.

Lyrically, this song is a fun piece of social commentary to which we can all relate. The band said of the track, “Most people would rightly say that they are worked too hard, and for too little. Unpaid overtime and internships are the new normal for young people. We need to think about how we take back control of our time and energy. The occasional public holiday or early finish isn't going to cut it. The reality is that the status quo is brutal for many. We all have the right to dream of - and demand - something better."

Keep the dream of a shorter week alive and get on board with the below. Be sure to catch them live at Cobra Club next Tuesday 21st August when they officially launch this very single.

Deafen County