‘Afterthought’ follows on from previous singles ‘Do Something About It’ and ‘Can’t Figure It Out’, which have had a huge response from fans and featured in a deep bag of global playlists on Spotify and Apple Music, collecting close to 2.5 million streams. The band’s recent cover of Mark Ronson’s ‘Somebody To Love Me’ is featured on triple j’s celebrated Like a Version Vol. 14 and has now received over 100K views.
Slum Sociable’s string of affecting singles in 2018 follow their self-titled debut LP, which was crowned locally as the feature album on triple j and FBi Radio late last year. The band’s catalogue has now collected over 15 million streams, with radio spins on BBC Radio 1, Beats 1 and KCRW, and online love from Billboard, NYLON, CLASH, Earmilk, Indie Shuffle, Pilerats and Purple Sneakers.
About this track...
Slum Sociable teamed up with Kim Moyes of The Presets, to bring the idea to life. They also shared production duties with Konstantin Kersting (Mallrat, The Jungle Giants).
‘Afterthought’ focuses on Miller Upchurch’s renowned vocals, as they soar atop tight drum machines and chunky synthesizers.
|Number Of People In Act||2 Piece|
|State/Territory Artist Is Based In||VIC|
|City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In||Melbourne|
|Taken From The Release Titled||Afterthought|
|Copyright Holder's Name||Liberation Records|
|Media Servicing Date||2018-11-16|
|Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners||No|
|Artist Official Web Site||http://www.slum-sociable.com|
|Artist Social Network Page||http://www.facebook.com/slumsociable|
|Content Provider||Liberation Music|