LEADFINGER release new single ‘Girl On A Bus’

LEADFINGER release new single ‘Girl On A Bus’, out now on Golden Robot Records

Leadfinger – Girl on a Bus 

Australian rock band LEADFINGER are due to release their fantastic new album in early 2022 through Golden Robot Records, their first since the highly regarded 2016 album, Friday Night Heroes.

In the lead-up, the band are releasing some preview singles, the third of which is GIRL ON A BUS, a non-album single to follow up previous singles NOBODY KNOWS and THE FALL OF ROME. ‘Girl On A Bus’ is available now on all digital platforms.

‘Girl on a Bus’ is a power-pop classic and is filled with 70’s guitar hooks and catchy vocal melodies. It would surely have been a contender for a feel-good hit of the summer back in 1971 and with a bit of luck it might be in 2021 too.

Listen/Buy ‘Girl On A Bus’HERE

ABOUT LEADFINGER
The name LEADFINGER was originally a nome de plume for the band’s songwriter/guitarist/hero of the oppressed etc, Stewart ‘Leadfinger’ Cunningham.


After first plying his guitar-slinger trade in the late ’80s with Wollongong’s seminal pre-grunge Proton Energy Pills, Cunningham headed to Sydney to play in underground guitar bands – Brother BrickAsteroid B-612 and Challenger-7 – as well as a stint in Melbourne with The Yes-Men.


After forming LEADFINGER in 2006 as a solo project, it morphed into a twin-guitar rock n’ roll band that released its 5th album, ‘Friday Night Heroes’ in July 2016 and toured Europe in October 2017.


LEADFINGER mine the deep seam of rock’n’roll, back through the 70’s rock and punk era’s to the classic Stones and Dylan records of the ’60s and beyond. Their timeless songwriting and heart on sleeve delivery have won them many fans! They have had no hits, won no awards and aren’t on Instagram but they will release their 6th album through Golden Robot Records.

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