Sløtface – Telepathetic

In 2017, Norway four-piece Sløtface released their debut album Try Not To Freak Out, which featured great singles like Magazine and Backyard. They just broke a two-year silence with a brand-new offering.

The band’s brilliantly titled new single Telepathetic sees the band sharing production duties for the first time with Odd Martin Skålnes, who worked with fellow-Norwegians like Sigrid and Aurora before. The collaboration results in one of Sløtface’s most infectious, energetic and exciting songs so far.

Speaking about the new track, bassist Lasse Lokøy says: “It was written in approximately 2 hours, at 11 in the evening, after a full day of recording. Most of us don’t remember any of it because we were so tired.” Singer Haley Shea adds: “It’s pretty much just about feeling you’re in the wrong place, like a small town or a job you don’t like, and thinking ‘there must be something else.”

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