Girls across Australia wept when boy band Short Stack announced they were taking a break.
They are now breathing a collective sigh of relief as the boys return with a new fresh sound.
Wagga fans can meet them as they make an in-store appearance outside of Sanity in the Marketplace at 4pm today.
Bass player Andy Clemmensen said they enjoy coming to rural areas.
“It seems like the people are so positive and happy,” he said.
“You get a lot of one-on-one time with the fans.”
The boys enlisted the help of Chris Kimsey, who produced albums for The Rolling Stones, to come up with a more mature, natural sound.
“It seems like you listen to commercial radio and it’s shiny and electronic,” Clemmensen said.
“But we’ve kept all the mistakes and errors, I think that’s what makes it more real.”
“Music shouldn’t be perfect.”
The new album, Homecoming, will be released on August 21.
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