When Nick van Breda and Dave Drayton finally teamed up for their long talked about and eventually realised split release they got a little more than they bargained for. There was the 7" they had originally planned, but the release also spawned a new project: PINCH HITTER.
Having spent time in Staying At Home, Animal Shapes, Between The Devil & The Deep and Milhouse, Pinch Hitter was entirely different; two banjos and not a guitar in sight. Having spent 2013 touring Australia on the back of a three-track demo, sharing stages with the likes of William Elliot Whitmore, Cory Branan, Lincoln Le Fevre, and Jen Buxton, and playing festivals like the Poison City Weekender, All Tomorrow’s Shoeys, and Blood, Sweat & Beers, the band found time to bunker down in a small Coogee studio to work on their full-length debut. The result is 'When Friends Die In Accidents'.Pinch Hitter on Bandcamp