And you’ll want to keep saying their name over and over again.
If you’re after some catchy earworms from a Melbourne band that’s themed around space, you have some very specific requirements from your music. But you’re also in luck, because Zoë Fox and the Rocket Clocks are here for you. They dress up as dodgy astronauts when they’re playing live, but you can enjoy their spacey tunes in the comfort of your own home… in your NASA pyjamas.
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