First single, ‘Waterloo’, left punters revelling in the clever wordplay and striking guitar hooks characteristic of Max Quinn's music.
Moving cities (once again) to Melbourne, the Ballina-born Quinn has established a new troupe of musicians, and over the course of 2016, they’ve supported the likes of triple j favourites Alex Lahey and Camp Cope, as well as Melbourne legends Ceres and personal hero Jeff Rosenstock (USA).
With the release of Carpool Tunnel Syndrome, Max Quinn is ready to unleash his distinct pop songs imbued with punk sensibility on stages and airwaves around Australia.
released May 5, 2016
Recorded at Hercules Studios with Tom and Sean Astill (assistant engineers for Bruce Springsteen’s High Hopes LP). Mastered by Andrew Edgeson at 301 (Matt Corby, Griswolds). Mastered for vinyl by Jacob Munnery at Clockwork (Smith Street Band, The Bennies).