Sydney-based Slumberhaze today release the new single “Neon Demon” off their upcoming EP ‘Rhyme, Rhythm, and Romance (Part 3)’ – the third and final masterstroke of their EP trilogy due June 10.

With influences ranging from David Bowie to Outkast, the band’s sound – in terms of definition – is both familiar, yet just out of reach. Boasting pop melodies, dark undertones, and a seamless integration of live instrumentation, synths, and infectious hip-hop leaning beats, Slumberhaze have struck out like genre-defying iconoclasts.

Neon Demon’ is the new single to be taken from the upcoming EP and immediately launches the listener into an illuminated scene after sundown where like-minded humans would come to connect. Produced by Lachlan Mitchell (The Jezebels, The Vines, The Whitlams), the song explores letting go of any inner doubts and thought patterns, freeing one to escape to the calling of the bright lights and the dreams we refrain from exploring due to fear.

Slumberhaze are touring nationally in June/July.


Newcastle, NSW – Lizottes – Wednesday June 15
Cronulla, NSW – Brass Monkey – Thursday June 16
Sydney, NSW – Waywards – Friday June 17
Wollongong, NSW – Rad Bar – Saturday June 18
Brisbane, QLD – The Brightside – Friday June 24
Sunshine Coast, QLD – Sol Bar – Saturday June 25
Canberra, ACT – Transit Bar – Thursday June 30
Rye, VIC – Baha’s – Friday July 1
Melbourne, VIC – Shebeen – Saturday July 2

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