The track is the latest in a long line of releases from the prolific brothers.
Melbourne brothers Darcy and Spencer Ward are better known as Mother Culture, and have spent the last few years establishing themselves as an exciting indie/alternative act who’s thought-provoking lyrics and rousing, catchy tunes have earned them a following and seen them on a steady ascent.
The latest release from the duo is ‘Princess Die’, a thoughtful look at celebrity culture and the lionisation of people, specifically women, who are thrust into the spotlight and romanticised against their own wishes, with the titular Princess Diana and her post-humorous legacy providing a perfect representation of the situation. Musically, their self-produced sound continues to be stacked full of some great moments, from its engaging and captivating build to the effortless catharsis of its soaring chorus. ‘Princess Die’ is a track that packs as much substance as it does slick style, and continues to flesh out the already stacked back catalogue of the exciting outfit.