Exclusive: Stream Perth duo Miraud's weird, wonky and wonderful debut self-titled album

Exclusive: Stream Perth duo Miraud's weird, wonky and wonderful debut self-titled album

The meeting of a couple of very talented young minds makes for a special new release.

A couple of months ago we first introduced you to Miraud, the combined forces of Demon Days' Joshua Chan and Spencer Arbuckle, and their first single, autopilot! A woozy delight from start to finish, it hinted at something special brewing from a couple of very talented chaps, and today we're excited to show you their debut, self-titled LP.

Across seven all-too-brief tracks, the pair will take you on a tripped-out journey into the abyss, with some down-tempo and left-field beats, woozy synths and dreamy soundscapes coming together for one of the most unique new sounds we've heard in some time. The fact it all came together after only getting together at the start of the year suggests the two have a pretty great little connection going on, and we're looking forward to seeing it evolve into a live beast as well once Arbuckle moves back to Perth later this year from his current home in Melbourne.

That said, if you are vibing and live in Melbourne, you'll be able to see them live supporting Demon Days on their upcoming EP tour, playing The Gasometer on September 7. Until then, we encourage you to take some time to go down the rabbit hole that is Miraud, below:

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