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WAAX release second album At Least I’m Free

Brisbane's most electrifying rock band of the year

Aussie indie-rockers WAAX are predicted to chart in the Top #40 with their sophomore album At Least I’m Free, the follow up to Big Greif which debuted at #11 in 2019.

“Our album is one of duality and extremes. The highest highs and lowest lows. No in-betweens. BUCKLE UP.”
– Maz Devita

Brisbane’s most electrifying rock band are road warriors with an arsenal of killer songs. Their new album came out August 5.

Featuring their signature ferocious sound that has won them a legion of fans both in Australia and internationally, At Least I’m Free also boasts an exciting new level of song-writing that sees them explore a myriad of styles – from punk anthems to piano ballads.

That is thanks in part to working alongside producers Bernard Fanning (Powderfinger) and Nick Didia (Bruce Springsteen), as well as collaborating with US heavyweights Linda Perry (4 Non Blondes, P!nk, Christina Aguilera) and K.Flay. 
 The result is a record unlike anything WAAX has released before, but is guaranteed to find its way into the hearts of rock lovers everywhere.


X-Ray J is a gaming, tech and music enthusiast from the coastal Illawarra region of New South Wales, Australia. He prefers tea over coffee.