Melbourne, Australia's Amyl and The Sniffers' self-titled debut album was produced by Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys, M.I.A) and comes with 11 blistering tracks boasting 70's throwback anthemic guitars and breakneck drumming with human firecracker Amy Taylor leading the 29-minute auditory assault. The Fader says that, "the Australian band recall the heady days of punk: spiky, wild, provocative, and a little dangerous with a fierce live reputation." Taylor explains that lead single, "‘Got You' is about that feeling you get when you first start seeing someone and you're excited to see them, no matter what shit they got. You just see them at the pub and it feels like the most exciting thing in the world, like you're so lucky they're even there. It's definitely one of the "sweetest" songs on the album, and less punky. It was kind of inspired by Split Enz."