#5: Unity Floors (Part 2)
Put some words here about Unity Floors. Loads more words, adding to the cuntloads of adjectives and nouns and exclamation points we've already written. Some descriptors about their kind nature. And maybe a little antidote about how they're flying all the way to Berlin just to buy Mikey Berlin a beer, because he bought one for them as a solid Australian Thank You at Xmastime. Put some phrases here about the band's stranglehold on nostalgia and all those warm feelings associated with backwards glances and timelessness. Reference the unforced nature, the genuineness associated with every line. The wide smiles. The sneaky little sideways glances. The high fives.
Or just grab some embed code and magically make a video appear instead. A video of one of the best bands this City has ever produced, playing (probably) their best song. So here's some words that you didn't need to read, accompanied by Unity Floors performing their "bloody classic" track, Identity Theft, live in their rehearsal space, somewhere in the suburbs of Sydney.
Watch part one here. And together let's count down the days until they return from their European fact-finding, beer-reimbursing pilgrimage and once more make us happy to own a pair of ears and sufficient musical taste buds.
Polaroids of Androids
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