‘Comfort To Me' is the sophomore album from Amyl and The Sniffers, described by Pitchfork as “bigger, heavier, and more meaningful” than anything they've done before. MOJO Magazine raved: "Skin-shedding, lethal, self-sufficient, cool: no wonder Amy Taylor digs snakes. With Comfort To Me, she proves she can be whoever she wants, while the Sniffers confound preconceptions of how great a rude and righteous rock'n'roll band can still be." This expanded edition features a bonus live LP recorded on a dock outside of Melbourne, a fold-out poster and new artwork by graphic designer Bráulio Amado. Includes 2xLPs pressed on clear smoke vinyl.