Fresh from the reveal of their latest single and video Live4, Australian rock trio Short Stack have let loose an acoustic cut of the single. It comes alongside a limited edition 7″ launch, available now available via 24Hundred/
Short Stack frontman Shaun Diviney shares how Live4 was the first track the band penned in their first writing sessions as a reunited band: “‘Live4’ is song is about celebrating being the underdog. We wanted a huge, anthemic song that would feel massive live. Choirs is something we’ve never done before, but we really wanted the chorus to explode.”
Meanwhile, drummer Bradie Webb explains how the band self-recorded the acoustic version:
“‘Live4 (Acoustic)’ is a track we made entirely ourselves from my home on a $20 budget! We don’t have an expensive sound booth, so if you listen carefully, you can hear the beautiful Central Coast ambiance of Commodores doing donuts at the end of my street. It feels very appropriate to be a rock band with the state of the world right now. However, I need acoustic / chill pop songs every so often for my mental health. I hope this track fits into a similar kind of playlist for others who might need something less aggressive. We really think it stands on its own and is worth a listen if you’re into acoustic chill stuff.”
In March, Short Stack joined the UNFD fold to a swell of praise, excitement and surprise at their first new music after a 6 year hiatus. With single Burn You Down and the follow up reveal of Burn You Down (Acoustic), debuting on Australian and US radio alike, Short Stack have re-stamped their name on the world’s conscious as one of Australia’s most successful homegrown acts.
Short Stack play their rescheduled Australian tour throughout November and December. Tickets from Frontier Touring…