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DON’T COME BACK ANOTHER 100 TIMES

A note from Slum Sociable:

Don’t Come Back Another 100 Times is about trying not to be shallow. It touches on elements of regret, of losing someone because of it and accepting the responsibility of your actions. It’s introspective, but written for anyone to be able to relate to and hopefully help come to terms with their own similar situation.

Taken from Slum Sociable’s anticipated debut album (due for release later this year), ‘Don’t Come back Another 100 Times’ was recorded in the Melbourne duo’s hometown with esteemed local producer Russell Fawcus and mixed by Ben Allen (Animal Collective, Cut Copy, Gnarls Barkley). 

Slum Sociable are Ed(ward) Quinn (production/keys/guitar) and Miller Upchurch (vocals and percussion), a Melbourne duo steeped in groove, their music a firm hold on the hips guiding them left to right to left in hypnotic sway through the intersection of jazz, electronica and soul. Their repertoire boasts an EP, TQ and a slew of singles including ‘Anyway’ and ‘Name Call’.

Released late in 2015, TQ’s luxurious charm saw the duo cut through internationally. Tracks like ‘All Night’ and ‘Apartment’ received love from noted radio stations including Beats 1, BBC Radio 1 and KCRW, also popping up on a throng of Spotify and Apple Music Playlist’s. It also saw them release a single via tastemaker label Kitsune and tour globally, with performances throughout the UK and US, and slots back home at St Jerome’s Laneway Festival and Splendour in the Grass.

Don’t Come Back Another 100 Times is out July 18. Further details regarding Slum Sociable’s debut album will be shared soon.

‘DON’T COME BACK ANOTHER 100 TIMES’ IS OUT JULY 18 THROUGH LIBERATION

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