PREMIERE: Lose yourself in the rich, fuzzy sounds of Sleepy’s Postcards EP

Since releasing their first run of demos back in 2014, Sydney outfit Sleepy have carved out a unique sound for themselves with fuzz-drenched guitars and dreamy vocals.

And although their name might suggest otherwise, Sleepy are always an invigorating listen. Their new EP Postcards is concrete proof of this… and we’re absolutely stoked to be premiering it for you.

Postcards, the dreamy new EP from Sydney outfit Sleepy, is brimming with hallucinatory and infectious soundscapes that’ll stick with you for weeks.

Throughout the four new tracks, the three-piece breeze through a hallucinatory blend of dream-pop, grunge, indie-rock, and shoegaze to deliver a sound that belongs entirely to themselves.

Beneath the lush coat of fuzzy guitars are bright, vibrant pop songs that will be stuck in your head for weeks.

The EP’s opener Arthritic is a dreamy slice of 90’s slacker rock that will nest itself beneath your skin and warm your body.

These rich, noisy textures carry through onto Photograph, where the band flaunt their penchant for crafting infectious vocal melodies and jangly instrumentation.

By the time the EP’s raucous title-track Postcards closes out the EP, you’ll undoubtedly be left wanting more from Sleepy. Here’s hoping we won’t have to wait for long.

Do yourself a favour and listen to the new EP above.