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Sleeptalk ‘Trouble’ : Swirls in earnest and helps it feed your notion for comfort.

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Stepping into a new form of expression, Sleeptalk delivers this quintessentially vibrant rainbow of sounds in ‘Trouble’. It swirls in earnest and helps it feed your notion for comfort.

“This song is about that one friend that is always getting you into trouble,” said the band. “The one that lives life on the edge and is always seeking a thrill. This song was written in a collection of electronic songs that we were writing to branch out of our normal sound… This song is a complete branch out of our sound and ventures into an electronic atmosphere of distorted keys and unique vocal chains.”

It was hugely influenced by groups such as Kaytranda, Disclosure, and Rufus Du Sol.

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We want to thank you guys for another year of Sleeptalk. Over the last 4 years we have released 4 EPs, our debut record, and a few singles. During that time we have been so lucky to have you guys here backing us up. We have toured around the US a couple times, selling out shows in our hometown time and time again, and have been backed by our hometown rock radio station @kroq and the amazing @kat_corbett . Its been nothing but love and we thank you. Over the last couple of months we have been in the studio writing new material that we believe is our best work to date and are extremely excited to share this stuff with you. 2020 will be a huge year for Sleeptalk and we are excited for you guys to be apart of the ride. We hope you guys all have a safe and wonderful New Year! We love you! San Diego we’ll see you on 1/25/20 Los Angeles we’ll see you on 1/31/20 w/ @rouxxofficial Comment your city below and tell us where you want to see us in 2020

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