Worry Party can hold their heads up high with the release of this EP.
The combination of well-engineered beats, spacey guitar and wonderfully dreamy vocals is expertly mingled to produce a gem of ambient electronica.
The overall feel of the EP is one of real quality: without being over-produced, these tracks demonstrate a professional and polished finish.
In parts, the songs take me back to early M83 and Air – and if you’re a fan of all things chilled out this EP will be a great addition to your collection.
The vocals throughout are crisp and precise and remind me of Matt Hales’ (Aqualung) superb delivery.
Stand-out track, ‘Traveller’, is a cyclical, melodic ambient anthem if ever there was one.
The first single from the EP will be released on Saturday 15th December, and to mark the occasion Worry Party will be playing Kaleidoscope in Newcastle with support from Nathalie Stern and Aimee Lambert.