Exclusive: Stream Perth-based cruisers The Spring Peaks' dreamy new self-titled EP

Exclusive: Stream Perth-based cruisers The Spring Peaks' dreamy new self-titled EP

They launch it May 5 at The Odd Fellow in Fremantle.

If its well told tales of Australian surburbia you're after, then look no further than Perth five-piece The Spring Peaks' and their brand new self-titled EP. Following on from well-received singles like No Curfew and Supermarket, along with busy 2017 that found them sharing the stage with the likes of The Creases, The Money War and Birds Of Tokyo, The Spring Peaks is a wonderfully cruisy listen from start to finish. This is lying-in-the-Sunday-sun music of the highest order, just begging to be combined with a couple of frothies, some good mates and nothin' to do. Drenched in sun-soaked nostalgia, from the upbeat moments like Strung Out and Something You Were Hoping For to the more reflective Mind Games, it's a killer release end to end.

Drink it in below ahead of the official launch party, Saturday 5 May at The Odd Fellow in Fremantle.

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