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Teenage Dads Drop New Single ‘Boyfriend’ and Announce Sophomore Album ‘Majordomo’

Melbourne’s indie rockers Teenage Dads are back with a bang! Fresh off winning the 2023 Breakthrough Artist of The Year ARIA Award, the Mornington Peninsula four-piece has just dropped their latest single, ‘Boyfriend,’ and announced their highly anticipated second album, ‘Majordomo,’ set to release on August 23, 2024, via Chugg Records.

Boyfriend, a track bursting with nostalgia and Americana vibes, is accompanied by a retro-inspired music video directed by the band’s drummer, Vincent Kinna. The video tells a unique story of a boy and his living TV best friend, capturing the song’s themes of seizing the day and embracing vulnerability. Kinna describes the video as a mix of wholesomeness and melancholy, perfectly matching the song’s feel-good yet introspective lyrics.

The upcoming album, ‘Majordomo,’ promises a blend of Teenage Dads’ signature alt-rock anthems and colourful, nostalgic tunes. The band explains that the album’s title reflects themes of control and seizing opportunities, embodying their artistic growth and commitment to authenticity. Fans can look forward to new tracks as well as recent hits like ‘Weaponz,’ ‘I Like It,’ ‘Tale of A Man,’ and ‘Speedracer.’

Having recently completed a massive world tour, including debut international festival appearances, Teenage Dads are set to make 2024 their biggest year yet. Mark your calendars for August 23rd and get ready to dive into the dynamic sounds of ‘Majordomo’!


with special guests *Phoebe Go and ^Aleksiah
23 August – The Tivoli, Brisbane*^
24 August – Enmore Theatre, Sydney*^
30 August – Astor Theatre, Perth^
31 August – The Gov, Adelaide*^
1 September – Max Watts, Melbourne (U18 SHOW)*^
4 September – Snow Machine Festival, New Zealand
6 September – Galatos, Auckland
7 September – Moon, Wellington
8 September – The Church, Christchurch
13 September – Hobart Uni, Tasmania*^
14 September – Forum, Melbourne*^

Written by John Zebra