Late in 2020, Amyl and The Sniffers went into the studio with producer Dan Luscombe to record their second album, 'Comfort to Me'. Written over a long year of lockdown, the album was influenced by and expanded on a heavier pool of references. Lyrically, the album was influenced by Taylor's rap idols and countless garage bands and in her words, 'I had all this energy inside of me and nowhere to put it, because I couldn't perform, and it had a hectic effect on my brain. My brain evolved and warped and my way of thinking about the world completely changed'. 'Comfort to Me' demonstrates the same irrepressible smarts, integrity and fearless candour as their debut but as you'd expect of any young band five years on, their sound has evolved, in Amy's words it's 'raw self expression, defiant energy and unapologetic vulnerability'.