In 1936, a Tasmanian Tiger died in the Hobart Zoo in Tasmania.
He was the very last one…an endling.
The new album from the The Well Pennies explores this topic of extinction and how it relates to all aspects of life. "The album is about protecting what’s important,” the band explains. “Not only are the environment and animals endangered in this day and age; hope, human connection and artistry are becoming more and more of a rarity. And if we don’t value the things that are most important to us, they will become harder and harder to find.”
“Endlings”, the long awaited and highly anticipated LP from The Well Pennies, is set to come out this winter. The pair combine their signature pop melodies and tight harmonies with beautifully produced lush arrangements. “Our goal is always to write songs that inspire something - however simple - to smile, to love, to go out and experience life."