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Shaky Handz
I Can't Say No

In 2007, some exciting Kiwi punks called Shaky Hands changed their name to Cut Off Your Hands under legal threats from some folkers from Portland. In a ground-breaking ruling, the band were also forced to hand over their credibility and several of their most-valuable associated assets, including their magnificent pop-punk franticness and Steve Jobs Fashion Sensibilities. Two years later, in a seemingly unrelated event, bedroom-DIY-one-man-punk-band, Mario Kart, released an album called Independence Day, which featured a track called Ride My Wavve, a clear diss aimed at Nathan "Wavves" Williams. In 2014, similarly lo-fi punx, Shaky Handz, dodge court cases by utilised the letter 'z' at the tail of their name, drop-in on that same wavve, joyfully flip off the world from their base in the suffocatingly stale city of Sydney and successfully transport us back to that blissful time, a few years ahead of the obligatory seven-year cycle.

Can't Say No features on the group's new EP, Sick Later, available now for "wwwhatever" via Bandcamp. Catch them at the Lansdowne on July 24 as part of the weekly Mess Up night.

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