The second coming of the Telstar Ponies?
Echoes of the Triffids and Crime and the City Solution too. Pogues? I'm afraid not. That said, they occupy that folkier, spaghetti western-damaged post-punk corner previously inhabited by the aforementioned and other Australian acts (e.g Rowland S. Howard in any of his musical incarnations, C&CS included, of course) and some other related and globe-scattered sharpshooters (Nikki Sudden, Geremy Gluck). Still, the singer belts them out just like the guy from the Telstar Ponies (whatever his name is/was) and they share an affinity for martial-inspired rhythms and a similar cosmic-addled vibe.