The Great Emu War Casualties are an extremely prolific indie-pop outfit from Melbourne, who have released a number of absolute bangers over the past year. Featuring witty lyrics with tongue-in-cheek humour, snappy drums, angsty vocal harmonies and mellow guitars, their newest single “The Australian Parma Crisis” is an electrifying and relatable listen. The thought-provoking single fights against the everyday mundane routine faced by those in their twenties, forcing listeners to believe there is something more to life. Working alongside producer Callum John Barter (Courtney Barnett, Saskwatch), and engineer Pete Maher (The Killers, The Scissor Sisters) has afforded the single a sonic new vision. Accompanying the single is a quirky and thought-provoking music video, written and directed by Anthony Ross. The video depicts a continuous loop of everyday life, where things quickly become out of hand in an almost comedic fashion. Culminating in saucy showers (literally) and an escape from reality.