Slaughter Beach premiere new track ‘Shere Khan’
It's a cut from the band's new EP, ‘Heroic Dose’.
Published: 10:00 am, September 02, 2016
Danish lo-fi troupe Slaughter Beach are back with a new single - check out ‘Shere Khan’ below.
A charming and uplifting number, it’s taken from the band’s upcoming ‘Heroic Dose’ EP, set to drop on 7th October via Brilliance Records.
The band explain:
"I have a friend who has a special kind of hold on the people he spends time with. He has the kind of unconventional perspective on things that you would have never thought of yourself, which in a strange way always makes sense.
“He’s very good at cheering you up but leaves you questioning everything about yourself which can be encouraging but at the same time difficult to deal with for some.
“When I made the early demo for ‘Shere Khan’ I didn’t intend to write about anyone in particular, but as the song progressed I realised that I was writing about this friend of mine and the effect he has on me for better and worse."
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