Indie-pop maestro Pluto Jonze to release his debut full length album, ‘Eject’.
Indie-pop maestro Pluto Jonze aka Lachlan Nicolson has delivered his debut full length album, ‘Eject’. Recorded in his own Redfern terrace-cum-recording studio, the album is 100% Pluto Jonze: self-produced, mixed, engineered, played and sung.
In early 2012 Pluto released the riff-driven ‘Plastic Bag In A Hurricane’, achieving high rotation airplay across triple J and community radio alike. The follow up song, the infectious and hooky ‘Eject’ also hit the triple J airways and has recently received some attention in Europe with Holland’s influential 3FM giving the track some focus – resulting in it entering into the airplay charts in the Benelux.
From the Beck inspired freak-pop jam ‘Hispedangongonajelanguiro (Capiche?)’ to the gorgeous Tongan Choir closing ballad ‘Come On Sunshine’, the album is twelve individual stories. Each song is as different and entertaining as the next, propelled by stomping lo-fi guitar grooves, drenched in lush vocals, gorgeous string arrangements and the signature wail of his trusty theremin. Wide-eyed, anthemic, and at times heartbreakingly tender, this is what the 60’s would have sounded like on another planet.
Pluto Jonze’s ‘Eject’ is out 12th July on Stop Start Through Inertia.