Byron Bay lads Skegss are low-key, chill, love a good time and don't think too hard about life. So, it only makes sense that all the colourful, quirky artwork on the band's debut album, My Own Mess, would take the same laidback attitude and that's exactly what artist Jack Irvine set about to do.
In this video interview, we sat down with the Skegss gang as well as their mate Jack to look at the My Own Mess vinyl for the very first time, picking apart the exclusive zine that came with it as well as the cheeky gatefold on the record.
Jack walked us through all the inspirations he sought when drawing for the band, including artists like Keith Haring. He also listened to each song on the album multiple times to get a feel for what it conveyed - and just doodled what came to mind.
Check out the full video below and check out some of the exclusive pages from the Skegss zine here.
Follow Jack on Instagram here.