World’s End Press effortlessly combine traditional instrumentation with live electronics to create intelligent, widescreen dance music. Drawing on a disparate array of influences – disco, krautrock, house, punk, techno, Jamaican lovers rock – the band have a sound that’s all their own. They’ve toured Australia with Hot Chip, Primal Scream, Phoenix, Metronomy, Bloc Party and !!!, and played festivals nationwide. In 2013 they played their first US shows supporting Cut Copy, whose front man Dan Whitford produced a single for the band in 2012, ‘Second Day Uptown’.
World’s End Press debut self titled album is out now on Liberation. Clocking in at just over an hour, World’s End Press is expansive, ambitious and darkly anthemic, the kind of debut only a band who have gotten to know each other inside out could make. Intimate ballads nestle between uplifting house driven bangers; glassy-eyed 5am club excursions push up against stadium-sized singles. Produced by Tim Goldsworthy, the self titled album perfectly captures not only the band’s live dynamism, but also the freewheeling, impulsive adventures of a band let loose in the studio of their dreams.