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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


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Our favourite Melbourne hitmakers, Northeast Party House have treated us with their new banger, Wish We Could.

Opening with moody warped production beneath frontman Zachary Hamilton-Reeves' resounding vocals, the track builds to a rapturous chorus that introduces a drum and bass loop whilst mellow undertones that flows through from the songs verses. Wish We Could explores the feelings of longing that arise within a new relationship, and is accompanied by an official visual created by Sean Kenihan.

“I wrote the core of ‘Wish We Could’ around an unwanted break in a new relationship. I was living by myself in a one bedroom apartment at the beginning of COVID and it meant that I’d lost access to my intimate partner and her share house too - a space that had become my social hub. I was feeling pretty low. I was playing with a talk box style of effect to create chords with my voice. The chords felt so emotive to me, which I guess is why the vocal hook came so easily. After that I chucked the rough D'n'B loop over the top of it all and the rest of the demo just flowed from there.”

Wish We Could is out now!


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