Australian alternative rock quartet Tamala Park Book Club burst into life with “Cut My Teeth”

Perth alternative rock quartet Tamala Park Book Club have unveiled their new single, “Cut My Teeth”.

The Western Australia outfit’s second single of the year blasts them into the orbit of some of the scene’s most exciting breakout acts in the flourishing Australia scene.

Stream the single via:
Apple Music

Heard first on Idobi Radio


Since their emergence with the release of debut EP Colour My World in November 2018, Tamala Park Book Club have honed myriad musical and aesthetic influences, a dexterous array of rock, punk and pop all shining through. Dig a bit deeper and the Perth four can be found paying homage to the Japanese visual, kei, on tracks “Palette” and “Sakura Memories”, with the songs featuring a blend of hard hitting breakdowns and nostalgic melodies.

With Perth particularly isolated during the COVID pandemic, Tamala Park Book Club spent the difficult and introspective time expelling their frustration by writing. December’s hook-laden anti-ode to the 9-5, “You Can’t Spell Funeral Without A Little Fun’” was followed by “Soap” to kick off this year, as the band continues to work towards their debut album, slated for release in late 2022.

A sense of collaboration and cohesion is tangible in the Australian outfit’s musical output, but also ebbs through their intertwining of influences as well as regular instrument swaps between band members.

New single “Cut My Teeth” is another punch-packing anthem, a guide to overcoming toxic relationships and moving on from people who have held you back, whilst looking to a brighter future.

Listen to Tamala Park Book Club’s brand new single “Cut My Teeth”.


Tamala Park Book Club is:
Marcel Bluett
Daniel Harvey
Craig Roger
Patrick de Rooy