World's End Press make widescreen pop music as danceable as it is loveable. Renowned for their wild live shows, the band create enough on-stage energy to power a small nation, reducing every room to a seething mass of flailing arms, sweaty bodies and uninhibited movement. Powered by Sashi Dharann's insistent bass groove and the metronomic drums of Tom Gould, the band coalesce around the lustrous, technicolour sounds Rhys Richards wrests from his keys and synthesizers. It's all driven home by the guitar and vocals of John Parkinson, who in the words of FasterLouder, "shows unbridled enthusiasm that makes watching him kind of like staring at the sun."
They've traversed Australia multiple times as special guests of Cut Copy, Primal Scream, Little Red, !!! and Metronomy as well as appearing at Splendour in the Grass, Golden Plains, Laneway Festival, Southbound and Falls Festival. They've been written up in NME, feted by blogs, played on XFM, BBC1 and BBC6 (as well as lots of triple j and community radio love).
With the release of their new single Second Day Uptown, produced by Dan Whitford of Cut Copy, there are big things ahead for World's End Press.
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