Sticky Fingers Reminds Us They're "Not Done Yet"  Ahead of Spring Tour

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Sticky Fingers, the progressive love child of Arctic Monkeys and The Clash, is ready to hit the ground running with their new single "Not Done Yet," a tease at what their new album Yours To Keep will offer us.

Coming off a two-year hiatus, the band, composed of Dylan Frost (vocals, guitar), Seamus Coyle (lead guitar), Paddy Cornwall (bass), Beaker Best (drums) and Freddy Crabs (keys) remind us that they are not only infectious but constantly evolving.

The five artists planted their roots as a band in Newtown, Australia. Continuously rejected from the Newtown Fest festival, the band took matters into their own hands and built a nine-foot-tall crate facing the festival from their friend's backyard. Garnering an abundance of attention, the band was finally invited to perform at the festival and showcased themselves as a promising up-and-coming act. And well, the rest is history.

Blurring the lines between reggae and indie rock, the Australian band makes us itch for denim days, laying underneath the sun sipping on a refreshing lemonade. Groove inducing, "Not Done Yet" is a luminous representation of their progressive nature. Melancholic and simple in instrumentation but complex in lyrical structure, the band has us wanting them continuously on replay.

With the release of their new album slated for February 8th, the band is set to kick off their North American tour in March. Be sure not to miss out on the opportunity to catch them live  on their upcoming Ones To Watch-presented tour, as they are bound to reach new heights this year.

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