Slum Sociable release new Jazzy single 'Do Something About It'
Melbourne duo Slum Sociable have released a jazzy new single 'Do Something About It'.
Fresh from a run of shows in New Zealand and at SXSW, Edward Quinn and Miller Upchurch share a new track ‘Do Something About It’ to coincide with a run of East Coast tour dates, hitting regional and metropolitan cities throughout June and July.
The haunting ‘Do Something About It’ unveils a different side to Slum Sociable’s unique blend of ‘lo-fo jazz hop’. It leans toward a minimal, pop-focused sound that is another welcomed progression in songwriting and production from the acclaimed artists. In a note from vocalist Miller, he talks of the vulnerability that inspired the lyrics.
“’Do Something About It’ was written from the perspective of a feeling, of when time stands still and your stomach drops, when you don’t know how to cope in a split second scenario, while still prompting you to act.”
Fri June 29 | Woolly Mammoth | Brisbane, QLD
Thu July 5 | Oxford Art Factory | Sydney, NSW
Fri July 6 | The Cambridge | Newcastle, NSW
Sat July 7 | Mr Wolf | Canberra, ACT
Fri July 13 | The Night Cat | Melbourne, VIC
Sat July 14 | The Tah | Hobart, TAS
Fri July 27 | Barwon Club | Geelong, VIC
Sat July 28 | Karova Lounge | Ballarat, VIC