Coming two years after their most recent album and 16 years after their debut underground Australian classic, ‘In The Blinding Sunlight’, the new fourth album Our Sunburnt Dream by Sydney outfit The Aerial Maps is a widescreen panorama of songs, sounds, ideas, and stories, spawning 2 shimmering singles, the sweeping ‘Eucalyptus Road’, and the shimmering ‘Any Summer Day’.

Acclaimed as “one of Australia’s most exciting bands” (The Courier Mail) and “in the vein of the Triffids, The Go-Betweens, and Not Drowning Waving in their uniquely Australian subject matter, tone, and texture” (The Sunday Telegraph), The Aerial Maps tell stories of landscape and the people that inhabit that space. From Australia and beyond, from Broome to Broken Hill and London to San Sebastian, the band take you on a sonic journey.

Joyous, sad, funny, nostalgic, these are songs and stories that evoke memories of times, places and loves; they present a sense of the land, a vision, a swathe of ideas contained in a collection of songs that transport you on a trip through time and place.