Amyl & The Sniffers: "Live At The Croxton" EP Out Today

Live At The Croxton EP Out Today

Watch the Accompanying Live Videos for “Gacked On Anger” & “Shake Ya”

Debut Album Amyl and The Sniffers Out Now on ATO Records
Photo credit: Ellen Virgona

“The most exciting live band on the planet right now.” - NME

“Amyl and The Sniffers… have taken the aggression of days past and combined it with dead-on guitar riffs and an amplified stage presence.” – Rolling Stone

“Pure, uncut rock’n’roll fun.” – Pitchfork

“Recall[s] the heady days of punk: spiky, wild, provocative, and a little dangerous with a fierce live reputation.” – The Fader

“Thoroughly fearless on-stage… blistering energy.” – i-D

“[Amy Taylor] sings like a 21st-century Poly Styrene with a New South Wales twang, her lyrics full of brawn, feminist bite and sharp humour.” – The Guardian

Today Amyl and The Sniffers release Live At The Croxton, a 7-inch featuring explosive live versions of three fan-favorite songs, recorded at the Melbourne punk rockers’ favorite hometown venue last fall. Capturing the band’s notoriously electrifying performances, Live At The Croxton is exactly the kind of record a live music-starved world needs right now. Live At The Croxton is available to buy and stream HERE. All three tracks on the 7-inch - “Control,” “Gacked On Anger,” and “Shake Ya” - are found on Amyl and The Sniffers self-titled debut album, out now on ATO Records.

Amyl and The Sniffers are also sharing the accompanying Croxton live videos for “Gacked On Anger” and “Shake Ya” today. The band previously released the live video for “Control,” which had Vice raving, “Melbourne four-piece Amyl & The Sniffers make rock 'n' roll ferocity seem effortless… chock-full of muscular, rambunctious riffs and singer Amy Taylor's wholly anarchic energy.”
Amyl and the Sniffers - Gacked On Anger (Live At The Croxton)
Amyl and the Sniffers - Shake Ya (Live at The Croxton)
Amyl and The Sniffers had an incredible 2019, releasing their self-titled debut album on ATO Records. The record was met with critical praise, including Rolling Stone, who named them a Band to Watch, and NME, who anointed them "the most exciting live band on the planet right now." The band showed off their glam-punk style in videos for "Some Mutts (Can't Be Muzzled)" and "Got You," and were chosen by Gucci to model on the runway and in a print campaign. Major international festival appearances at Glastonbury, Primavera, Roskilde, and All Points East were followed by an explosive live performance of "Monsoon Rock" on Later... With Jools HollandAmyl and The Sniffers went on to win Best Rock Album at Australia's prestigious ARIA Music Awards.