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Norwegian noisemakers Sløtface are back with their new track, 'Telepathetic'

"It’s about how ineffectual it is to wait around and hope for things to happen," says Haley.
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Published: 10:40 am, June 10, 2019
Norwegian noisemakers Sløtface are back with their new track, 'Telepathetic'

Sløtface have dropped their first new single since their debut album, ‘Try Not To Freak Out’.

Titled ‘Telepathetic’, the song “was written in approximately two hours,” bassist Lasse Lokøy explains, “at 11 in the evening, after a full day of recording. Most of us don’t remember any of it because we were so tired.”

Vocalist Haley Shea continues: “The lyrics were something I’d been trying to fit somewhere on the record throughout the process. The song is about the feeling, usually when you’re growing up, or working a job you don’t like, or other halfway points where it just feels like everything good is happening in other places from where you are. It’s about how ineffectual it is to wait around and hope for things to happen, about how you have to make things happen, but also about the silly fear that if you dream about something it might not happen.”

Check out ‘Telepathetic’ below.

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