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Johnny Batchelor Continues Return To New Music With ‘Alright’

by Paul Cashmere on May 24, 2024

in News

One month after releasing ‘Anemone’, former Dropbears frontman Johnny Batchelor has more new music with ‘Alright’.

The new music was recorded at home in Sydney and on holiday in New Zealand with Marc Scully at Studio 57 in Sydney doing the mixing and mastering.

Going back to the 80s, Johnny fronted Dropbears. The band formed in the inner Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst and were soon signed to Warner Music’s WEA label. The ‘Untitled’ EP earned the band some strong airplay, particular on Triple J at the time. The single ‘Shall We Go’ even made the Top 100 at no 61 in 1984.

Dropbears split in 1987. In 2011, Warner Australia released ‘The Essential Dropbears’.

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