Emotive punk trio bruised willies must have pretty great taste in movies because they've named their latest offering john malkovich was great as john malkovich in being john malkovich.
The amusingly long but factually accurate title of course refers to the acclaimed Charlie Kaufman film, and it doesn't stop there.
All five wonderful melodic punk tracks on the EP are themed after the movie with song titles that include 'consciousness is a terrible curse', 'seven and a half' and 'the idea of being someone else for a little while'.
Made up Nicholas Wong, Farhan Muhd and Keith Chua (all coming from notable bands such as The Caulfield Cult, Abolition A.D. and To Hell With You), bruised willies clearly don't take themselves too seriously (please read the bio on their Facebook page) - but therein lies the fun.
The band's latest EP can be irreverent but make no mistake, their content can also be dark and doleful at times - and we're enjoying that witty dichotomy.
You can purchase the EP via Bandcamp or stream it below.
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