Melbourne's World's End Press is one of those bands that I always look forward to hearing more from, and luckily for me (and everyone!) they've got a new track premiering here today.
The talented four-piece had a break-out of sorts last year with the release of their debut album. They also became a firm favorite on the live-scene, supporting the likes of Phoenix, Bloc Party, and Hot Chip over the years.
The guys returned to the studio earlier this year to start work on their next musical installment, and "Spirals" is the first look at what's to come. Part of the aforementioned high expectations I mentioned was been built on their terrific releases to date, and this is another impressive addition.
Typically upbeat and vibrant, we're treated to a dance-friendly number that really cuts through from its opening bars. Their album had a number of fantastic lengthy tracks, but there's none of that here -- "Spirals" is a much more commercially friendly version of their irresistible music.
This track is one of the more exciting releases over the past few months, and speaks of a band with plenty more to come.