VOID is the searing new album from Auckland’s dark-heart: Perfect Hair Forever. Pre-load-stacked with blistering Garageband™ garage-pop, sugary-pop-punk coated in distorted-scorched-ant riffs and tiny-speaker rattle blast-beats. From the late night suburban drone of Harsh Realm to the gauche wound-red lacquer of Porno Nails, Perfect Hair Forever presents us with a suburban wide-angle panorama of endless teenage doldrums. Ten frantic diary-entry biro-renderings of your darkest parents-are-asleep escapades.
Perfect Hair Forever is a bedroom pop-punk from Auckland, New Zealand. Relentlessly prolific, piercing and forever a hopeless Ramonesian-Romantic. Perfect Hair Forever has a fierce knack for presenting teen angst as a RTD-thrill-ride through the suburban-backstreets of our teen regrets. Recording his songs in parents-are-out isolation, so he can howl his penchant vocal-melodies in their tiled bathroom.
VOID is positioned in that fantastic inter-zone where concept-angst punk-rock bangs hard against intimate-modern bedroom production. Forlorn at 180bpm. Riding a sugar-high ‘til you car-crash. Empty streets reverberating with bored rubbish-bin vandalism. Come stare directly at the sun with Perfect Hair Forever, together we’ll stand at the edge town, slack-jawed deep in the VOID.