Explaining their musical formula as “tough pop/soft punk,” Moving Blackouts Coastal Fever turn out bright, energetic rock and roll & move with lively guitar lines, pop hooks, and dried out wit. Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, the music group was shaped in 2013 by guitarist and vocalist Fran Keaney. During the period of a long summertime, Keaney and his close friends Tom Russo (electric guitar and vocals) and Joe Russo (bass) spent weeks bashing tracks into form over pizza. Fran as well as the Russos made a decision to type a music group to try out their make of punky jangle pop, and brought aboard third guitarist Joe Light and drummer Marcel Tussie. Motivated by traditional pop rings like Orange Juice as well as the Go-Betweens, the group followed the name Moving Blackouts Coastal Fever honoring their sunny strategy. (The name may also be shortened to Rolling Blackouts C.F.) After launching a small number of digital singles, the music group made their formal recorded debut using the one “Clean Slate” in 2015, which won a lot of praise through the music press. In early 2016, Ivy Group Records slipped RBCF’s first EP, Chat Tight, which gained them even more positive press plus some Australian radio airplay. In November 2016, the long-running American indie label Sub Pop announced that they’d agreed upon a cope with Moving Blackouts Coastal Fever. They instantly released a fresh one from RBCF, “Julie’s Place,” while a six-song EP, The French Press, implemented in March 2017.