Atlas Genius premieres new song “A Perfect End” — listen

Australian indie outfit to release sophomore LP, Inanimate Objects, later this month


Photo by Frank Maddocks

On the strength of its debut album, When It Was Now, Australia’s Atlas Genius has toured the world, opening for the likes of Silversun Pickups and Imagine Dragons, and taken the stage at a number of major festivals, such as Sasquatch! and Lollapalooza. Now, the band — led by brothers Keith and Michael Jeffery — are hoping to extend that success with LP No. 2, Inanimate Objects.

The album’s 11 tracks were co-produced by Atlas Genius and Frederik Thaae, recorded in both Adelaide, Australia and Studio City, California. Already the indie rockers have teased the release with choice cuts “Molecules”, “Stockholm”, and “Friends with Enemies”. Offering up another facet of the album’s appeal is “A Perfect End”, a song comprised of equal parts larger-than-life hooks and important life lessons.

“This song started as a jam we had with Big Data at our place in Los Angeles…” explained Keith. “I always have visions of a large, ornate, golden chandelier crashing to the ground when I think of this song. The end of one thing is always the beginning of something else, and there is always gold and diamond to be salvaged.”

Listen in below.

Inanimate Objects hits shelves on August 28th via Warner Bros. Pre-orders can be made here.

Inanimate Objects Tracklist:
01. The Stone Mill
02. Molecules
03. Stockholm
04. Refugees
05. A Perfect End
06. Friendly Apes
07. Friends With Enemies
08. Where I Belong
09. Balladino
10. The City We Grow
11. Levitate