Album artwork for Rapscallion by The Murlocs
Album artwork for Rapscallion by The Murlocs

Hailing from Melbourne, 60’s tinged psych-rock punks The Murlocs release their brand new studio album, Rapscallion, on ATO Records. Strapped with fuzzy guitar licks, feverish bass and psychedelic brightness, the 12-track collection is a coming-of-age novel in an album form. The wildly squalid odyssey populated by an outrageous cast of misfit characters — teenage vagabonds and small-time criminals, junkyard dwellers and truck-stop transients — is partly inspired by frontman Ambrose Kenny-Smith’s own adolescence as a nomadic skate kid. Their most magnificently heavy work yet, the result is an endlessly enthralling album equally steeped in danger and delirium and the wide-eyed romanticism of youth.

The Murlocs

Rapscallion

ATO Records
Album artwork for Rapscallion by The Murlocs
LP

£19.99

Sardine Barh Edition. Galaxy Effect / Light Blue and Milky Clear Translucent

Light Blue / Milky Clear

Released 16/09/2022Catalogue Number

ATO0604LP

Album artwork for Rapscallion by The Murlocs
CD

£8.99

Released 16/09/2022Catalogue Number

ATO0604CD

The Murlocs

Rapscallion

ATO Records
Album artwork for Rapscallion by The Murlocs
LP

£19.99

Sardine Barh Edition. Galaxy Effect / Light Blue and Milky Clear Translucent

Light Blue / Milky Clear

Released 16/09/2022Catalogue Number

ATO0604LP

Album artwork for Rapscallion by The Murlocs
CD

£8.99

Released 16/09/2022Catalogue Number

ATO0604CD

Hailing from Melbourne, 60’s tinged psych-rock punks The Murlocs release their brand new studio album, Rapscallion, on ATO Records. Strapped with fuzzy guitar licks, feverish bass and psychedelic brightness, the 12-track collection is a coming-of-age novel in an album form. The wildly squalid odyssey populated by an outrageous cast of misfit characters — teenage vagabonds and small-time criminals, junkyard dwellers and truck-stop transients — is partly inspired by frontman Ambrose Kenny-Smith’s own adolescence as a nomadic skate kid. Their most magnificently heavy work yet, the result is an endlessly enthralling album equally steeped in danger and delirium and the wide-eyed romanticism of youth.