Premiere: Listen to Tranquiliser, a soaring new indie anthem from Empire Park

Premiere: Listen to Tranquiliser, a soaring new indie anthem from Empire Park

The self-reflective new track comes from their forthcoming debut EP.

Melbourne-via-Hobart indie-rock and Empire Park who only released their debut single last year, but have since played Falls Festival and supported bands like Nothing But Thieves, British India, Little May and The Vanns. Today we're stoked to premiere their follow-up release, Tranquiliser, an introspective new single that soars in the vein of Gang Of Youths and The Temper Trap, whilst tackling some heady issues: "Tranquiliser is about processing and coming to accept, feelings of guilt and self-blame. It's about not letting coping mechanisms become self-destructive or means of denial, and instead using what you've gone through to learn, grow and move on."

Ahead of its official release tomorrow you can take a sneaky advanced listen below, and keep your ears peeled for their debut EP due later this year.

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