Celebrating their one year anniversary last weekend, Adelaide’s sad boy melodic hardcore outfit Sleep Talk released their highly anticipated single Sorry.
With an abundance of quality heavy music bands, particularly melodic hardcore, Adelaide is recognised internationally for some of the best - and these boys are no different. Within the first year of their making, they've ticked off some impressive local shows with Hellions, Void of Vision, The Story So Far, Man Overboard, Ambleside, Hindsight, A Ghost Orchestra, I Exalt, Relentless, Eat Your Heart Out, Life Pilot and more.
Released via Dreambound and featuring Jack Nelligan from Hindsight, as well as cameos from members of Ambleside and Dead Ties, the impressive clip is shot in one single take. With almost 5000 views in 24 hours, check out the magical work of Crystal Arrow Films below.
Sleep Talk play Fowlers Live this Saturday night with I Exalt, I Valiance, Semper Fi, Briarcliff, and Justice For The Damned.
Images via Sleep Talk.
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