Listen: Slum Sociable - Paradigm

Listen: Slum Sociable - Paradigm

In the lead-up to their debut EP, out Friday, Victorian duo Slum Sociable release one last single.

Hailing from the southeast of Melbourne, lo-fi electronic duo Slum Sociable are on a path that only can be described as up. After wowing us with their spectacular debut Anyway at the start of the year and more recently, the follow up single All Night, the duo have returned with one last single before the release of their debut EP, TQ, on Friday. Paradigm follows up the shimmering, jazz-infused vibe of their second single All Night, with light piano keys and drum claps swirling around brooding vocals. The single, much like their previous work, gives off touches of Radiohead, but when combined with the smooth keys and shuffling jazz undertones of Paradigm, Slum Sociable have a more unique edge to the legendary alternative group.

In case that was not quite enough Slum Sociable for your day, the duo have also released the weird and quirky video to the previously mentioned single All Night. Watch below:

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