Abroad’s new single All I Want is a slice of indie-electronic euphoria

With a string of consistently great singles and EPs under their belt, East Coast-based duo Abroad have spent the past number of years carving out a unique space for themselves in the global indie scene. Their music is simultaneously dynamic and laid-back; it’s grounded in chilled-out electronica, but reaches far wider.

Now, with the release of their latest single All I Want, the two-piece continue to build themselves as one of Aussie music’s most exciting emerging acts. If you’re not already familiar with this band, it’s definitely time you changed that.

On their incredible new single All I Want, Sydney-based two-piece Abroad deliver a euphoric slice of indie-electronic listening bliss.

Across the new single’s near-five-minute duration, Abroad glide through a spell-binding concoction of indie-pop and alternative electronica, delivering a sound that’s distinctly their own. With lush production and soaring vocal hooks, All I Want is the kind of song that’ll stick with you for weeks.

As the track builds, so too does a real sense of catharsis. Over the course of the entire track, the band navigate myriad sonic territories—they never sit in one place for too long. The result is a truly captivating slice of music. By the time All I Want reaches its conclusion, you’ll have been roped in completely to Abroad’s immersive indie-electro sounds.

This new single is the latest great release from Abroad, and judging by the quality of everything we’ve heard so far, I think we can safely expect plenty more quality tunes. In the meantime, do yourself a favour and listen to All I Want above.