Listen To TOWNS’ New Pop Punk Tune ’98.’

Adelaide’s pop punk duo, TOWNS have come through with the goods yet again. They’ve shared their second single of the year, ’98.’ and it’s a cheesy, upbeat track.

“I wanted a fun song about something less heavy than some of our other work and what’s more cheesy than love?” said the one half of the band, Aston Valladares in a statement.

“I’m sure everyone can relate to the feeling of loving someone or something so much you wanna scream.

“I’m sure most people also know someone that no matter how much love you give them they moan and complain and it irritates you cause you wanna force the knowledge of their greatness into their head but they’ve got little barricades of negative minus kicking all the good stuff away.

“Well, ’98’ is a song to prove we’ve all felt this and now you can share this song with any of the people in your life that just don’t believe how loved and great they are.”


’98.’ follows up ‘Swimming’, the duo’s first single of the year.

Last year, TOWNS’ Aston Valladares wrote a love letter to Blink-182’s self-titled album for us.

Listen to the TOWNS single, ’98.’ below.

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