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We have a new record out!

5 years ago, on December 18, 2012 - we played our first gig. It went well enough to play another... and so we've continued on for another thirty-something shows. And now, a self-titled album, with songs we're excited about and special guests to who've lent us their considerable skill. Sit back and turn it up!

One Proud Monkey

One Proud Monkey

Mini album? Double EP? Who even knows anymore - what we're sure of is that we had a great time writing these songs and they're finally getting released... on the 5th anniversary of our first gig even! Stick the headphones on and hit play!
  1. 1 Frozen Bones (Album Version) 03:59 Info Buy
  2. 2 Meat Tray 04:02 Info Buy
  3. 3 Don Draper 04:25 Info Buy
  4. 4 Olden Days 03:45 Info Buy
  5. 5 Magpie 04:42 Info Buy
  6. 6 Little Tree 05:38 Info Buy
  7. 7 Judgement Day 04:27 Info Buy
  8. 8 After The Future 03:33 Info Buy


The bands that paved the road 

Peppernose Wash 

The F&$ks 

Clap Anyway 


Lemin Yellow Sun 

Boris & the Unit Breakers 

Double Allergic 




The Bends 


Breaking Jade 

Act 33 

Psychotic Death Mongers 

Liquid Chicken 



Upside Down Miss Jane

aka bands that prepared us for One Proud Monkey. Did anyone see any of these bands? We'd love to know! there is more than a few stories in that list!

The Second EP

One Proud Monkey

The Second EP (which is confusingly the first EP with the whole band) came together in a jam space above an office space, how inspired! With a little more experience under their belt the band set to push a few boundaries by experimenting with both heavier sounds and more conventional arrangements. Local TV theme song Rainy Day is the most performed song in the band's catalogue, they'll write something catchier one day though... maybe...
  1. 1 Rainy Day 03:23 Info Buy
  2. 2 In The Morning 05:17 Info Buy
  3. 3 Turning Right 03:44 Info Buy
  4. 4 The Money Song (Never Supposed to Come Home) 03:42 Info Buy
  5. 5 Another Flood 04:17 Info Buy

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