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World's End Press - To Send Our Love
May 28, 2013
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Why do we like this?
You can often tell when a band's about to blow up -- it's a bit of a calm before the storm situation. News filters through of who they've been working with, reputable bands get them to tour, and then they start releasing singles, which start generating plenty of buzz.

Melbourne four-piece World's End Press fit this profile to a tee. Working alongside the reputable Tim Goldsworthy (who's been behind the work of Massive Attack, LCD Soundsystem, and the Rapture), they're currently putting the finishing touches on their debut album, due out later this year. Their touring history reads like a who's who of the electro-pop industry, with support slots for the likes of Hot Chip, Metronomy, Bloc Party already in the books (and a quick US tour scheduled alongside Cut Copy in June).

The album's first single "Deadbeat Sweetheart" was released last month, and it was an indication of a big release. Now, they're back with a second, the upbeat pop track, "To Send Our Love," which we've been given the premiere for. This one's a great reference point for the band's clear 80s influences, with elements of grunge, disco, and punk all mashed together alongside plenty of synth layering and lead singer John Parkinson's flailing vocals to top it off.

These guys are often referred to in the same breath as Cut Copy, and based on what we've heard thus far, similar success could be just around the corner for them. The stage is set.
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