An Australian trio addicted to overdriven boogie and high-impact proto-punk, Power came collectively in a fitting way, after three close friends were comparing records about vintage rock and roll over a substantial amount of beers. Hailing from Melbourne, Power features Nathan Williams (ex-Gutter Gods, ex-Dribble) on acoustic guitar and vocals, Isaac Ishadi (who’d previously used Soma Coma and Natural leather Lickers) on bass, and Matt Penkethman, aka Penke (a previous person in Krömosom and Bloody Hammer) on drums. While spending a couple of hours knocking back again beers one night time in 2013, the three began speaking music, and discovered they all got a soft place for no-frills Antipodean heroes the Coloured Balls as well as the Aztecs, aswell as T. Rex, the Stooges, Dark Sabbath, and Hawkwind. By the finish of the night time, Williams, Ishadi, and Penke got pledged to create a band, as well as went as far as to consider some amateur promotion pictures of Melbourne’s newest hitmakers. In 2014, Power found the interest of Australian punk label Great Death Information, which released the band’s documented debut, a cassette one featuring the music “Serpent Town” and “Pup.” After a lot of gigging, Power released their self-titled debut record through Cool Loss of life in 2015. The record turned the minds of rock supporters and bloggers in the home and overseas, and in 2017, Power was presented with an American discharge by taste-making garage-punk indie In debt Records.