Melbourne based rock four-piece Slowly Slowly announced their new album which will come out this Spring via UNFD. To celebrate the news, the band has released their new single 'Alchemy,' lifted from their brand-new album 'St. Leonards' set for release on May 11.
Following on from previous single 'Aliens,' 'Alchemy' – the second taste of 'St. Leonards' – is a feel good, unapologetically happy ode to those times when everything just clicks and you’re, quite literally, ‘making gold’.
03. The Cold War
05. Ten Leaf Clover
06. St. Leonards
09. Smile Lines
10. The Butcher's Window
11. Sunburnt Shoulders
12. Song for Shae
13. Christmas Lights
'St. Leonards' was captured by the band themselves in their home of Melbourne. Aside from some early drum recording assistance from Joel Taylor at The Black Lodge Studio, in true DIY spirit, the album was entirely co-produced, recorded and mixed by Alex Quayle (bass) and Ben Stewart.
Slowly Slowly have come a long way since their unlikely beginnings in a label machine factory the Outer Eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Since then, they've recruited two more members – Patrick Murphy (drums) and Albert Doan (guitar) – dropped their revered debut album, 'Chamomile,' and hit stages across Australia with the likes of Citizen, Sorority Noise and Something For Kate, going on to sell out their own headline shows.