Artist Interview: A New Leaf For The Daisycutters

The Daisycutters

Words: Matt Innes

They say to ‘write what you know’, and Cameron Wilson of Gold Coast band The Daisycutters knows a thing or two about heartache.

“Stephen King has horror, James Ellroy has crime in LA - I have melancholic love songs and I’m never going to change,” Cameron says.

“Melancholic love songs are what I’ve always done. It’s like a true crime writer or a fantasy writer - it’s just what I do, it’s my default.”

It’s a fair indication of what Cameron and The Daisycutters are working on with their next record, what is expected to be a five-track EP that will be released via MADCAP Global Music.

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