Brisbane alt-pop outfit Syrup offers single, ‘Sun’. The track embraces the best parts of the Summer season, weaving breezy vocals together with a shiny guitar riff. ‘Sun’ is the duo’s first self-produced single and stylistically signals a movement towards a bold new sound.
Harry Pratt explained: “The idea for Sun came when Spring was handing over to Summer, jumpers were coming off and I was spending every other day in a mates pool. The whole aesthetic of this time bled through into the music I was working on. I’m especially proud of Sun as it is our first foray into self-production and a bold new step in our project.”
Syrup is the alt-pop project of childhood friends Harry Pratt and Henry Anderson. Originally from Kingaroy, Queensland, the pair bonded through a common love of skateboarding and music. Following some time apart, Anderson and Pratt reconnected, with their friendship and musical talents leading to the creation of ‘Syrup.’
2019 saw the band release their first single ‘Something to Wear’ and later their debut EP, The Sponge, which featured production from Slum Sociable’s Edward Quinn.
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★ a huge thanks to @daverubyhowe for the premiere of ‘sun’ last night on @triple_j_unearthed . this track marks our first self production and an important new direction for this musical project. stream and dream now ★ p.s. both the sessions for our upcoming brisbane shows are now officially sold out —- 💙💜💛 thanks to these hugely talented people for helping us get this track out, @malcolmbesley @hereforgoodagency @believeaunz @lowprofilenyc @flavourlord and all the amazing BV’s