Sleepovers Debut A Dreamy New Single

Dreamy indie rock band Sleepovers debut new single.
Dreamy indie rock band Sleepovers debut new single.

We’re pleased to introduce London-based 5-piece, Sleepovers with their single release, ‘I Am Me And You Are You’. Officially released in Autumn of 2015 this is the first track that the band has released online and is available for stream and download.  Sleepovers have a wide range of influences but sway to indie, lo-fi, and Brit-pop genres and have been described as having a sound that crosses between Mac Demarco and Blur.

‘I Am Me & You Are You’ is a great first single from Sleepovers keeping true to indie lo-fi sounds with it’s reverb drenched melodies and day dreamy laid back vibe but adds a touch of Brit-pop with it’s catchy lyric hooks and strong out in front Brit-styled vocals. The track has lyrics that reminisce of the days with a special lady which seem to be a prominent subject in their lyric writing. ‘I Am Me & You Are You’ is available to stream and download through Sleepovers Soundcloud page.

Sleepovers most recent track ‘I Wanna Be In L.A.’ carries over much of the same instrumental qualities of their first release with reverb heavy guitar sounds and steady post punk style drum and bass. The lyrics are clever while also referencing the companionship of a women as it tells of how a girl and him want to get out of town and go to L.A.  The latest release by Sleepovers, ‘I Wanna Be In L.A.’ Is also available to stream and download on the bands Soundcloud page.

For more info about Sleepovers and their latest music and live shows check out and connect with the bands Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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