In need of some good listening? It’s the end of the week, and we’re absolutely swimming in hot new singles, EPs and albums from around Australia and abroad.
Here are five new releases you can’t miss.
It’s the end of the week, which means there’s good listening ahead. Here are five brand new releases which caught our eye.
Middle Kids – Real Thing
Middle Kids are back with the first single off their upcoming EP titled New Songs For Old Problems.
Hannah Joy’s honest songwriting alongside the band’s iconic indie-rock feel makes us excited for plenty more where this is coming from.
Interpol – The Weekend
The latest single from Interpol since their 2018 album Marauder is the first taste of their soon-to-be-released EP A Fine Mess, out 17th May.
In a statement they said the EP will be “a living, breathing postcard from the band to their fans as they tour the world throughout 2019, and a linear continuation of the visceral and contagious energy set loose with Marauder.”
Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep , Where Do We Go?
Since finding a loyal fan base at just 15 years of age, Billie Eilish has come a long way in just over two years. Her debut album is a whirlwind of heavy production intertwined with delicate and intricate vocals not to be underestimated.
Sly Withers- Sad Guy
WA four-piece Sly Withers’ new indie-punk track Sad Guy starts off as a heart-on-your-sleeve ballad before escalating into a head banging jam.
The single comes in conjunction with a national tour announcement for this May/June, so if you’re a fan get your tickets here.
Lupa J – The Crash
Lupa J aka Imogen Jones has done it again, calling in some heartfelt songwriting and infectious production on newest track The Crash.
If that wasn’t enough brilliance, she also co-directed the music video, exploring an escapist fantasy. Watch below.