Melbourne duo Slum Sociable are bringing the good times to an end, with the release of their final EP, The Street Of Dire Needs.
The five track EP perfectly encapsulates everything Slum Sociable have brought to the table since their formation, staying true to their creative identity. The vibrant release features the previously released singles Explain Myself, Questions, their collaboration with KYE, Questions, and two new tracks, The Street Of Dire Needs and Lookin' Up. The latter tracks were written by the duo, Ed Quinn and Miller Upchurch, ten years ago, before they officially started Slum Sociable.
“It feels right that these songs are the last we’re going to release. Lookin’ Up was the first song we wrote together (during the good ol’ Cold Hiker days), and The Street of Dire Needs was the last song we wrote. We couldn’t be happier with how this EP turned out, and The Street Of Dire Needs is probably my favourite song Slum has ever done.” shares Quinn.
With over 30 million streams to their name, Slum Sociable are bowing out on their own terms, leaving us with one last collection of great bangers.
The Street Of Dire Needs is out now!