Perth’s FOAM have dropped a new single called ‘I Could Milk Myself’ and announced an Australian national tour – taking place in July and August – all within the one day! So much FOAM
‘I Could Milk Myself’ is the latest track by FOAM to get you hyped for their eventual debut album release. “I Could Milk Myself” is a slow-burning melodic masterpiece – trading in the usual raucous volume we have come to expect from the trio on their previous EP releases Sarpa Salpa (2013), Run Kon Koma (2014), FOAM/Puck split vinyl (2015) and The Feeling Is Mutual (2015). Though considerably less loud, none of the intensity is lost here, allowing the howling vocals to take the spotlight.
‘I Could Milk Myself’ is a song about companionship, anxiety and self-reflection. I believe that the relationships you share with people are some of the most defining and important aspects of life. Sometimes when you find yourself vulnerable or lost, that support network of friends and/or family can be the only thing between you and that black void. No matter how independent or strong a person you are, sharing your experience is surely better than an entirely masturbatory existence.— Lead singer Joel Martin
FOAM have toured Australia several times supporting acts including The Rubens, DZ Deathrays, Wax Witches and Sleepy Sun (USA), as well as playing MATES Festival, Big Day Out, WAM Festival, and Groovin The Moo.
Friday August 12 – Hamilton Station Hotel, Newcastle, NSW
Saturday August 13 – The Foundry, Brisbane, QLD
Thursday August 18 – Transit Bar, Canberra, ACT
Friday August 19 – The Evelyn, Melbourne, VIC
Saturday August 20 – Major Toms, Kyneton, VIC
Friday August 26 – Waywards, Sydney, NSW
Saturday August 27 – Rad Bar, Wollongong, NSW
Head on over to FOAM’s website for more.