The group began recording its second full-length record, Young & Full of the Devil, at Birdland Studios with producer Lindsay Gravina. They followed with a three week tour of the United Kingdom (where they appeared on John Peel's BBC radio show) and continental Europe in the later half of the year. Subway Records in Germany released an updated version of the band's US debut, with new artwork and two additional tracks. The group ended 1997 with a new single, "Rabbit with Fangs", and a national tour supporting Silverchair, playing large arenas around Australia.
April 1998 saw the release of Young & Full of the Devil, which failed to reach the top 50., stalling at No. 98. The album continued the unsettling, fuzzy sound of the debut, and sold 10,000 copies in Australia - Turner later claimed on the band's website that it was the band's lowest selling album. Another single, "She-Riff" was released - in a new and more polished recording - with a video depicting Srsen re-enacting a scene from the 1975 Australian film Picnic at Hanging Rock.
Young & Full of the Devil was the last release by the band on Au Go Go Records.
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