Adam Curley needed a word – a hook on which to pin his band’s new album. “Drum is primitive,” says the frontman for Melbourne four-piece Gold Class. “It’s physical. It’s the beat of your heart. It’s immediate. It comes from the past, but it also beckons to something in the future.” It holds other dualities, too – submission and authority; repetition and propulsion. And yet at its core, it’s just something you can dance to. Drum is the bold second album from Gold Class. The follow-up to 2015 debut It’s You, Drum is a brasher, vivid widescreen account of a band hitting its stride while betraying the complex signs and scars of a life since lived.