Get to know Melbourne's murmurmur, who just dropped their debut single, Cable Car
Taken from their debut self-titled EP, due later this year.
Having spent the past 12 months together, Melbourne five-piece murmurmur are ready to unleash their particular brand of dreamy psych-pop unto the world with debut single, Cable Car. Headed up by frontman Will Fletcher, the group are gearing up for the release of their debut EP, produced by revered fella Oscar Dawson (HOLY HOLY). It's early days yet, but we're certainly enjoying the soundscapes on offer so far, and look forward to hearing more:
Tell us about yourselves?
We’ve all been playing music for years in various things. Some of us tour nationally and internationally in other projects. On the side Al is a door to door dongle salesman and Jack builds miniature villages. Those are the least weird activities we dabble in.
I (Will) usually write the songs and demo them before taking them to the band. Then we workshop them together. We usually get the songs down instrumentally before adding vocals.
Can you tell us about your new single, Cable Car?
I wrote Cable Car when I was fired from my job last year. I was in a pretty weird place and was doing a lot of writing. It's a song about the fear of change and eventually learning to let go. The lyrics aren't related to my job though, just life in general.
Any shows coming up?
We’re launching our EP on the 4th October at the Workers Club in Melbourne.
What’s the rest of the year have in store?
We’ve got another single to release next month as well as an EP later in the year.
Where can we hear more of your music?
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