World’s End Press – ‘Second Day Uptown’

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Liberation Music’s most recent signing, World’s End Press will unveil their new single Second Day Uptown on April 30.

Recorded with Dan Whitford (of Cut Copy) at an inner-city warehouse in Melbourne and mixed in LA by Tony Hoffer (The Temper Trap, Phoenix, M83), Second Day Uptown is an utterly infectious, totally danceable avant-pop gem.

In the words of singer/ guitarist John Parkinson, Second Day Uptown is about ‘living in the city, assimilating and forgetting who you used to be’.

The first cut from the Melbourne band’s debut album to be released later in the year, it promises exciting things to come.

Written up in NME three times to date (including their 100 New Bands You Have to Hear issue earlier in the year) and adored by blogs, World’s End Press are a band to keep on your radar in 2012.

The boys are a favourite of festival goers the nation over, renowned for their wild, unbridled shows. They have crossed the country several times, performing at Splendour in the Grass, Falls, Laneway, Golden Plains, Southbound and the St Kilda Festival. They have shared the stage with the likes of Primal Scream, Cut Copy, !!!, Little Red and Metronomy.

In 2010 World’s End Press released two singles, Only The Brave and Golden Child, along with an EP, Faithful. All three songs received a plethora of community radio support with Faithful also much-loved by Triple J.

Now they bring us their newest offering Second Day Uptown – keep an eye (and an ear) out for it from next Monday.


Check out our interview with World’s End Press here

Information courtesy of Liberation Music


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