Australian group featuring Julia Jacklin share new track 'Bad Timing' from their forthcoming self-titled debut album.
Phantastic Ferniture have shared third single 'Bad Timing' taken from their forthcoming self-titled debut album - due out 27th July via Transgressive. It's another slice of warm shimmery garage-pop from the group, who formed in the basement of a Pizza joint in Sydney back in 2014 as a fun side project from the group members main solo efforts.
Accompanied by a crisply filmed video featuring the trio larking around with a fern plant, the group had this to say of it: “We have to really thank all of our friends who came and made this clip with us. It turned out to be quite a painful process but probably good for our dwindling musician specific fitness levels. I think all our arms were aching for about a week after. I think anyone who is already on the fence in regards to our use of fern imagery is going to really hate us after watching this. We had also just got back our puzzle that features on the cover of our record and were putting it together while we waited for each shot to be set up.”