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Bunyip

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randall tipping they are just bloody awesome ok Favorite track: Creep Heart.
Simon Palastanga
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Simon Palastanga Really great love this. Good for playing loud. Sure that Walter Matthau got a mention somewhere? Good. Very playful and diverse, some songs like 'Pointy horns' are out and out rock tunes that will take you to Whiplash City, 'Creep heart' is genius pop, then the punky experimental songs work their magic - don't think any songs are over 4 mins. It's a fun and exciting ride! Favorite track: Rejection.
victor crevatin
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victor crevatin Sometimes I swear that Celeste Potter is channelling the voice of a young snotty Perry Farrell.
Tip top I say! Favorite track: Creep Heart.
Ben Lilburne
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Ben Lilburne A vigorous shake of the ears. Favorite track: Pointy Horns.
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  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Bunyip is the debut album from Melbourne's Ouch My Face. It will come on deluxe White coloured vinyl with beeeeautiful Celeste Potter artwork. Treat yo' self.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Bunyip via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • Cassette + Digital Album

    Super limited edition. Only 100 in existence. High bias cassette tape in fire engine red.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Bunyip via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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credits

released July 13, 2015

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tags: punk Melbourne

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about

Ouch My Face Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne's Ouch My Face have been playing art-punk across Australia and New Zealand since 2007.

2015 marks the release of their debut album Bunyip.

Ouch My Face perform live as Celeste Potter, Ben Wundersitz and Liz Thomas.

“Music that is so in-your-face, it threatens to exit through the back of your head like a high-calibre bullet.” - René Schaefer, Mess and Noise.
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