Sydney pop punk outfit Yours Truly unleashed their long-awaited debut album Self Care on September 18th.

Yours Truly first emerged onto the scene a number of years ago, taking pop punk fans by surprise with the release of their debut EP, Too Late for Apologies. With a number of singles preceding the release of their Afterglow EP, and slots supporting the likes of Tonight Alive, We The Kings, and Say Anything, the group have spent most of the last year looking towards their full-length debut.

With its release last week came a barrage of critical acclaim. Music journalist Thomas Bleach said the album “dives into an exploration of the different parts of your psyche, and highlights the complexities and normality of mental health.”

Meanwhile, Distorted Sound Mag said: “If you were looking for a candidate for pop-punk and alt-rock’s album of the year, you really should look no further then Self Care.

Check out Yours Truly’s debut album below, then read about why the staff here at Tone Deaf love it so much.

Listen to Yours Truly’s Self Care below:

“Having spent a number of years successfully navigating the perils of the music world to expertly make a name for themselves, Self Care sees Sydney’s Yours Truly take things up a notch thanks to their powerful pop-punk compositions. Focusing heavily on the topic of overcoming feelings of “imposter syndrome”, Self Care is an important release for this exceptional outfit, and one that will resonate for years to come.”
– Tyler Jenke

Yours Truly don’t know how to slow down, do they? The passionate vocals and rapid-fire guitars that first caught everyone’s attention in 2016 have only become sharper for Yours Truly’s latest album, Self Care. If they’ve managed to come this far in just four short years, the quartet are going to be on the forefront of pop-punk sooner rather than later.
– Alexander Pan

Yours Truly, Self Care Tracklist

1. Siamese Souls
2. Composure
3. Together
4. Vivid Dream
5. Undersize
6. Ghost
7. Funeral Home
8. Glass Houses
9. Half Of Me
10. Heartsleeve

Check out Yours Truly’s clip for ‘High Hopes’:

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