Rock band The Vanns have been sitting on their debut album for some time now - and are rather keen for the public to finally hear it.
"We recorded it a while ago; I think we finished recording the album in June of last year," lead guitarist Cam Little said.
"But it takes time with these things, and we've since signed with a label (123 Music/Sony).
"We've just been wanting to put this album out for a long time now."
The band's membership spans across Wollongong, Kiama and the South Coast.
They've previously released a series of EPs, but this time decided to undertake a full-length album.
Therefore, debut album Through The Walls will be released on October 25.
It was produced by Oscar Dawson (Holy Holy) and mixed by Dawson and Chris Collins (Gang of Youths).
Little, 26, joked that the album could have been titled Break-ups And Guitar Solos.
"It's another relationship record really," Little said.
"It's about break-ups, love and all that stuff, but I guess it's just our own take on it."
During their tenure, The Vanns have enjoyed high-profile support slots with artists including Catfish and The Bottlemen, Hippo Campus and Ocean Alley, as well as selling out shows of their own on the East Coast.
They've also become festival fixtures following sets at events including Party In The Paddock, Yours & Owls Festival and the Big Pineapple Festival.
The group has also attracted the support of triple j, and accumulated more than four-and-a-half million streams to date.
The hard-working band will also undertake their biggest Australian tour to date in support of the new album.
"We're playing some of the biggest venues we've played, so I'm excited," Little said.
Little said the band also has plans to tour overseas next year, with tentative plans to visit the UK and US.
"We'll do this tour, and I'm guessing next year will be a lot of touring," he said.