It’s been just under a year since The Rollercanes released their scratchy debut album and launched it to a rowdy sold-out home crowd at the Gaso Upstairs. The Melbourne locals have since dusted themselves off and stepped into 2019 with a brand-new track in hand. “Cost Of Living” explores the paradox of pursuing a life as a musician while trying to make sensible choices. Whilst fuzzy guitars, thumping drums and self-deprecating lyrics are not unfamiliar in The Rollercanes music, “Cost Of Living” possesses a level of clarity and maturity that we haven’t seen from them before. To celebrate this release, The Rollercanes will be heading out on the road and hitting up some of the best small venues this side of the planet. Make sure you get down as they wrap up their tour with a big old party in Melbourne alongside their good friends Barefoot Bowls Club, The Stained Daisies and Jess DeLuca! “Cost of Living” out April 5 via Main Offender Records Available on all digital and streaming services