Small Intestines are Tristan Peach (Peach Time), Matt Liveriadis (Chook Race) and Rob Remedios (Chook Race) from Melbourne, and they churn out some of the most addictive jangling guitar pop in recent memory. But they also display a broader palette encompassing a folky vein and a bittersweet approach we associate with fellow Aussies Lower Plenty and Dick Diver. The results are presented on Hide In Time, 12 songs that make a strong case for one of the year's top ten albums for us. Pleasing melodies and jangling guitar abound, and there is just the right amount of rough edges in the production. But most impressively is that the songs reflect top quality songwriting and sincere storytelling. These are songs you should want.
Hide In Time will be released September 29 via Meritorio Records in Europe and the United States and by Lost and Lonesome Records in Australia and the rest of the solar system.