HANS PUCKET – ” My Brain Is A Vacant Space ” (feat The Beths)

Posted: August 5, 2022 in MUSIC
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Twin brothers Ollie and Callum Devlin lead New Zealand Wellington, Hans Pucket A band that The Beths’ Liz Stokes has called “The best band in New Zealand.” She’s put her money where her mouth is, too, producing the band’s new album, “No Drama”, which will be out November 4th via Carpark. Get a taste now with bouncy, likable first single “My Brain is a Vacant Space.”

This Wellington, New Zealand four-piece Hans Pucket writes nervy but effortlessly danceable rock songs about feeling bad. Their second full-length album, “No Drama”, gleefully captures the all-too-common twenty-something anxieties of talking too much and then being unable to find the right words to say. When frontman Oliver Devlin sings, “I’m surfing a constant wave of alarm” on the title track, it’s a compass for the other nine tracks. This is inviting and relatable music for people who, despite their best efforts, feel uncomfortable about themselves, the state of the world, and their place in it.
Both lyrically and sonically, “No Drama” is a departure for Hans Pucket from their 2018 debut “Eczema”. “I realized I didn’t want to write any more real heartbreak songs,” says Oliver Devlin. “We were and still are a live band. We’re still trying to make music that’s catchy and people can dance to, but also really interesting to us: songs about growing up and finding how you exist in the world.”

Releases November 4th, 2022

Band: Oliver Devlin, Callum Devlin, Jono Nott and Callum Passells

“My Brain Is A Vacant Space” is the first single off of Hans Pucket’s forthcoming album ‘No Drama’, out November 4th on Carpark Records.

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