Following widespread love for previous single ‘Let It Lie’, Sydney guitar pop favourites Morning TV are today excited to announce the release of their sophomore EP ‘Sun’, out September 29 via Habit Music Co. The band are also offering up another taste from the forthcoming release with second single ‘Get It Right’, out now.
“Get it Right was the first song we wrote for this EP,” says the band. “It’s probably one of our most fun songs to play live, its fast passed and fun. The guitar riffs and melody are heavily inspired by that early summer excitement.”
'Sun' EP is a collection of songs written over the course of summer with the songs reflecting the exciting time of year. The release was recorded in the Blue Mountains, where some of the songs were written and inspiration was drawn from.
Recording in the Blue Mountains was particularly special for members of the band who grew up loving and exploring the area. Mikey Young mastered the tracks and Tom Bamford engineered the tracks, and along with the band, produced the tracks.
The EP not only sonically attempts to display natural beauty but also offers up a meek venerability by sharing thoughts on friendships, feelings and the motions of life both inside and outside reality.
“The EP is our proudest and most honest work, we are extremely excited about sharing it.”
Taking inspiration from the ocean and the surrounding natural environments in which they live, Morning TV have created a unique and ethereal sound reminiscent of a warm summer’s day. Comprised of vocalist Brit Ward, guitarist Tim Cummings, drummer Cameron Drew, and bassist Ana Fajardo, the band have been working towards a follow up to their stunning debut EP ‘Golden’ released mid last year, which received airplay across Triple J, FBi Radio, 2RRR, RTRFM, and 4ZZZ.
The Sydneysiders have surfed the live circuit with some incredible talent, sharing the stage with the likes of Bloods, High-Tails, Shining Bird, Olympia, Tempura Nights, Middle Kids, and Julia Jacklin. With a set of new songs on the horizon, Morning TV are gearing up to enchant listeners across the globe.