Smoke and mirrors drive Elvis Depressedly’s latest track, ‘Slip’.
It’s a deliberately hazy, partially hidden new cut from the North Carolina group, relishing the cloudiness that their lo-fi aesthetic provides.
Taken from a new EP, ‘Holo Pleasures’, lose yourself in ‘Slip’ below. ‘Holo Pleasures’ is due for release via Run For Cover Records this summer, and will be backed by last year’s ‘California Dreaming’ EP.
Catch up with our Elvis Depressedly interview - they play the following UK dates this June:
08 London, Moth Club
09 Southampton, Joiners
10 Bournemouth, The Winchester
12 Brighton, Green Door Store
13 Bristol, Crofters Rights
15 Manchester, Aatma
16 Glasgow, Audio
17 Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge
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