Brisbane rockers and all-round good time-havers Bugs have returned with the release of new single ‘Can’t Get Enough’.
‘Can’t Get Enough’ marks the band’s first single of the year, and starts the anticipation around their yet to be confirmed third album.
“When I first started writing the song, it was specifically about attention in an intimate context – aka SEX – but as it evolved I felt like it better suited a broader representation of greed in modern society,” Bugs frontman Connor Brooker said in a press statement.
“So it’s about the cycle of how our entitlement feeds our addiction, leading us in the pursuit of an unattainable goal or horizon.
“If you’re searching for something better, that implies you don’t appreciate the things that you have. Maybe the grass looks greener on the other side because you haven’t watered your yard..? I guess I just wished people were more mindful of their vices, and how they affect their choices, myself included.”
‘Can’t Get Enough’ follows the band’s release of their second album Self-Help late last year, as well as their well received triple j‘s ‘Like A Version’ cover of Mallrat’s ‘Charlie’.
Listen to ‘Can’t Get Enough’ below.