The horrors of life as a twenty-something: You're having less sex, working constant overtime, and handing over most of your paycheck to a landlord who won't bat an eyelid if the black mold in the ceiling gives you lung disease. Self-worth is a fleeting commodity, sanity even more so. The Goon Sax have always had the market cornered on tales of young-adult embarrassment--their songs cover scenarios like cutting your own hair and being left on read in the group chat.
For the teenage Brisbane trio on their debut Up To Anything, their most catastrophic event was coming away from the barbers without a primo hairstyle inspired by the greatest Australian bowler in history. Now in their early twenties, Louis Forster, James Harrison and Riley Jones are much wiser. Their youthful exuberance has crashed head-on with the realities of the world and now it's a case of figuring out what's next.