PREMIERE: Sad Hour make one hell of a first impression on their debut EP

They say you only get one chance to make a first impression. And luckily for Perth based four-piece Sad Hour, they’ve just delivered one hell of a debut EP. If you’re not already familiar with this band, you definitely should be.

Since forming in May earlier this year, the band have already formed a well thought-out, confident sound that will be stuck in your head for weeks.

Sad Hour’s self-titled debut EP is a slice of deeply infectious, hook-driven brit-pop that will stick in your head for weeks.

Made up of rhythm guitarist and vocalist Sean Moring, lead guitarist Corry Dyball, bassist and vocalist Greta Andrews-Taylor, and drummer and vocalist Joash Graham, Sad Hour have built an endearing and original brand of music in a very short amount of time.

Throughout their debut self-titled EP, the band weave together elements of pop, indie-rock, and brit-pop to deliver a truly infectious sound that we guarantee you’ll quickly get hooked on.

With jangly guitars and addictive vocal melodies, this new five-track offering will creep into your body and make you groove. Already, the band have developed a knack for crafting strong and punchy vocal hooks that sit perfectly alongside their warm instrumentation.

These are still early days for Sad Hour, but judging by everything we’ve heard so far, I think we can safely expect plenty more great tunes from this Western Australian band.

For now, do yourself a favour and listen to the new EP above.