Melbourne dance-pop quartet World’s End Press this morning delivered a formidable 1-2 punch, firstly with the Earmilk premiere of their new single ‘Reformation Age’ and secondly by stepping into the triple j studios to deliver a synth-laden spectacular; their cover of Tame Impala’s ‘Elephant’ for Like A Version. Reformation Age is the third single from the band’s forthcoming self titled debut LP and the song is a superb example of the warm, euphoric and layered pop sound that the band have matured into over the past few years. This is one of the more contemplative moments from the band so far and it’s in that difference that it strikes us as an impulsive insight into how truly big this record truly stands to be.
LISTEN: World’s End Press – Reformation Age
The second element to today’s feature, as we excitedly mentioned before, is the performance from this mornings breakfast show on triple j! The WEP boys delivered one of the more interpretive covers this year with a stirring, funk laden, electronically driven rendition of Perth band Tame Impala’s ‘Elephant’. The cover brings the classic elements of Elephant (signature guitar solo included) together with the soaring vocals, funky bass and polished synths that have made WEP one of our favorites. Killer stuff!
World’s End Press self titled debut is out October 4th. Pre-sale links below.