SMILE premiere video for ‘Holiday’ via Paste Magazine


Melbourne, Australia’s SMILE unveiled the brand new video for Holiday, the second single from their upcoming record ‘Rhythm Method’ due out in March via Smooch Records. Be sure to get an exclusive look at the video over at Paste Magazine and you can also stream the audio for Holiday via Soundcloud below or Spotify.



SMILE Rhythm Method
‘Rhythm Method’ track listing:
1. Intro
2. Cool. I Need Money.
3. Boundless Plains to Share
4. Holiday
5. White Devil
6. Central Business Dickheads
7. Blvd
8. Old Boys


More about SMILE? There’s something not to trust about SMILE. They’re deceptive.
We’re living in a post-dolewave world. The economies up, house prices are soaring, burgers are artisanal yet these guys from Melbourne don’t appear to care about property investments. You’d think they’d be a cool breeze, a setting sun, but on their sophomore album, ‘Rhythm Method’ they’re throwing pop hooks, a snare drum jab, a vocal uppercut. Take the lead single Boundless Plains To Share for example; its a national anthem quoting dark groove tune that appears to question our great leaders asylum policies?! WTF? One starts to wonder if these guys even voted for the Tone Dog! It’s fair dinkum UN-OZtralian.

Invest in your future, invest in APP developments, invest in liquid superannuation is what these guys should be doing.

Then again maybe they just have. They can’t be trusted.