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Sløtface ‘Try Not To Freak Out’ Debut Album Out Today

September 15, 2017

Norwegian indie punk band Sløtface release their debut album ‘Try Not To Freak Out’ today on Propeller Recordings (UK) / Nettwerk (U.S), this album is packed full of infectious riffs, playful and imaginative lyricism and a youthful energetic sound which makes for a completely fresh take on punk pop that has truly taken the media by storm. The band have been out touring extensively throughout the UK and Europe in 2017 playing festivals and also tour dates with Los Campesinos and The Cribs. Having played SXSW in March and tipped as one of the hottest bands to check out at the festival, They played 6 shows in two days at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton, VEVO DSCVR stage, DIY showcase and also throwing their own live band Karaoke party on the last night which was completely road blocked, sold out with a huge queue of people trying to get in put them in place as the most exciting and talked about band at the festival. With a string of UK/EU festivals under their belt including Latitude, Truck Festival, Best Kept Secret, Spot festival and more.. The band have set themselves up nicely for an autumn release with plenty of awareness on the ground and in the media.
Radio support has been fantastic with lead single ‘Pitted’ garnering 1300 plays so far, including 6 BBC Radio 1 spot plays, 49 plays on ABC Triple J Australia and lots more across europe. The band did a great live session for BBC 6music with Huw Stephens which was recorded live from Maida Vale studios in London.
★★★★★ – DIY
★★★★★ – UPSET
★★★★ – NME
★★★★ – CLASH
★★★★ – DORK
Listen to the album here:
Streaming services placements today on Album release:
Spotify New Music Friday UK and Australia/New Zealand
Spotify New Releases
Apple Music: Main Page – new releases #2
Apple Music: Rock – New Releases
+ more rolling in
The band just did their first Australian tour which had sold out shows in Sydney, Melbourne and a packed out Brisbane showcase performance.
They featured on Triple J’s ‘Like A Version’ where they covered Lorde’s song ‘Supercut’ which along with full approval from Lorde herself who shared it on social media calling it ‘Rad’ it has gone crazy online clocking up almost 30,000 plays in less than a week. A great success for the band showing true confidence in their musicianship.