Watch our interview with the band below!
Sydney five-piece The Sunday Estate are making their mark, with the release of their debut EP, When You Get Home. The five-track collection of songs arrives alongside an official visual for We Were Kids.
Featuring the singles Pray For Rain, Fight Me and Bike Thief, the EP came to be over the past twelve months, with the band working with Ryan K Brennan at Def Wolf Studios. Conceptually, the release captures the transitional period from adolescence to adulthood, touching on themes from betrayal and heartbreak, to love and distance.
Speaking of the collection of songs, frontman Conor O’Reilly shares: “A lot of the lyrical content and themes of the songs here deal with distance from friends, loved ones, or family. Home in this title represents the places we want to be, and the idealism behind the destination we thought we would have reached. The Journey might not be over, but when we get there, we’ll make sure to let the people we care about know we made it”
Earlier this year, the band signed to indie label Mirror Records, becoming part of the Mirror Music Group family, who have represented the likes of Gang Of Youths, Middle Kids, Clea, Sloan Peterson and Charlie Collins.
When You Get Home is out now! Watch the visual for We Were Kids below.