Melbourne pop trio Blusher have announced their debut EP, ‘Should We Go Dance?’.
The upcoming five-track project was announced today (May 4) via a press release, and is set for release on July 14 via Atlantic Records and Warner Music Australia. To celebrate the EP’s announcement, Blusher has also released a third single from the project, titled ‘Backbone’, along with an accompanying music video.
The track touches on the aftermath of a breakup, with each member of the trio singing about their struggles to get over their lost love while showing off fight choreography a la Charlie’s Angels in the music video for ‘Backbone’.
The trio said of their upcoming EP via a press release: “We wanted our EP to sound like the best night out with your friends; grit, glitter, confidence, chaos and confessions. The songs correlate to different parts of the night; get ready together, crush confessions in the bathroom and yell with your friends in the middle of the dance floor.”
They continued: “From the sensitivity and shyness of ‘Softly Spoken’, to the chaotic confidence of the unreleased track ‘Hurricane Chaser’, we wanted the EP to encapsulate the wonderful range of emotions that we fully display in female friendships.”
‘Shall we go to the dance?’ features previously released singles ‘Dead End’ and ‘Softly Spoken’. Check out the upcoming EP’s full tracklist and artwork below.
The tracklist for Blusher’s ‘Should We Go Dance?’ is:
- ‘Softly spoken’
- ‘Dead end’
- ‘Hurricane Chaser’
Blusher has also announced two show dates in July with Swedish singer-songwriter Tove Lo. The shows – which take place on July 18 and July 25 – will form part of Tove Lo’s Splendor In The Grass sideshows. Get your tickets to Tove Lo’s and Blusher’s shows here.
Check out Blusher’s support dates with Tove Lo below:
July 19 – The Forum – Melbourne
July 25 – Roundhouse – Sydney