Ball Park Music announce new album 'Museum'
Mark October 5th in your diaries. This is the day that Ball Park Music will bestow us with their hotly anticipated sophomore album Museum.
It’s been less than 12 months since the popular Brisbane quintet graced the nation with their well-received debut album Happiness and Surrounding Suburbs, which delivered two songs in the Hottest 100 (‘Nice To Be Alive’ and ‘All I Want Is You’) AND earned the title of triple j’s Unearthed Artist Of The Year at the J Awards.
*Inhale* That was a mouthful! *Exhale*
Since then, Ball Park Music have embarked on a sold out 30-date tour around the country and recently drew in huge crowds at their Splendour In The Grass and Groovin The Moo performances. These momentous shows cemented the band as one of Australia’s must-see outfits.
Inspired by the swift turn around in which the likes of The Beatles would deliver new records every six to 12 months, frontman Sam Cromack issued his band of cohorts a challenge to release another album within the year of their debut offering.
And voilà! His mission is complete with Museum, which features the infectious lead single ‘Surrender’ and is bound to get into your bones.