McNaught and her men don’t mess around – it was just over a year ago that the strident songstress bumped into 90’s legend and Rosemary Beads stalwart Tim Underwood at the annual Hidden Treasures gigs in Fremantle where they struck up a friendship and musical partnership. Without wasting any time they soon roped in the willing Alex Chapman (Gasoline) on bass and Leroy Lovedrop (Norfolk Pines) on drums to join the adventure.
McNaught is on a mission. For far too long, she has been involved with various musical projects around Freo town which have simmered and bubbled for what seems like years with little or no bang for her musical, emotional and artistic buck. Not saying these bands were a waste of time…what doesn’t kill you will help you grow and so grow she has in confidence and stature and now it really does seem like the right time for her and this band of survivors.
The tunes under the colourful psychedelic swirl of a cover reveal a sonic landscape designed for the head, heart and most importantly the solar plexus making it irresistible to move to.