Premiere: Stream Godwolf's lush debut EP, On Repeat

Premiere: Stream Godwolf's lush debut EP, On Repeat

The Melbourne electronic duo nail this five-tracker.

Melbourne duo Tom Armstrong and Joe Kosky AKA Godwolf are having a good time of things lately. Their beautiful mesh of soulful, soothing vocals and gentle electronica has struck a chord, with most recent Feels Right roaring up to #1 on Hypemachine and marching towards half a million streams online already. Their debut EP, On Repeat, is set to keep the good times flowing, featuring that track along with four other gems, including a surprising Rae Sremmurd cover to round it out. Of the EP, the duo had this to say:

"The songs are about the inevitability of time moving forward; of things changing and our futility in controlling them. However the essence of the EP is that resolve you acquire, coming out of the haze that is grappling with your own mortality. We all have a decision to make - whether we let our misfortune and failures defeat and define us, or whether we embrace them as we enjoy the journey - rather than waiting to arrive at the destination."

Stream it below (here's RESIST if you're copping a preview for that one), and catch the duo when they wrap up their On Repeat tour in Melbourne at The Workers Club on May 7 (tickets HERE).

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