Strangers For Sale’s debut EP is a four-track offering of pure indie-rock bliss

It was earlier this year, with the release of their debut single Silver Screen Dreams, that we were first introduced to the infectious sounds of Strangers For Sale.

Now, with the release of their debut self-titled EP, the Melbourne four-piece have built upon their unique brand of indie-rock to create something that feels completely immersive.

On their debut self-titled EP, Melbourne four-piece Strangers For Sale make one hell of a first impression. This is a four-track offering of pure indie-rock bliss.

Throughout the new EP, Strangers For Sale navigate elements of indie, psych, and funk to craft a sound that belongs entirely to themselves.

From the addictive, reggae-laden vibes of Lying To Yourself to the woozy and emotive delivery of Tropical Storms, this debut EP traverses through a variety of themes that somehow sit together to form something cohesive.

For the course of its four track duration, the release never ceases to be interesting listen – it never sits in one place for too long. By the time EP closer Set In Stone reaches its epic conclusion, you’ll have been completely roped in to the captivating sounds of Strangers For Sale.

These are still early days for this Melbourne group, but judging by what we’ve heard so far, I think we can safely expect plenty more quality tunes.

For now, do yourself a favour and listen to the new EP above. Catch Strangers For Sale live at their EP launch at Bar 303 in Northcote VIC on Friday September 28th. More info here.