Friendships return with audio/visual spectacular ft HABITS
Everyone’s favourite pals, Friendships have fired on to the Australian airwaves with a dark new electronic track and some dynamic visuals to go with it. The new single “Spit::Flesh::Splinter” has been released in light of their debut album, Nullarbor 1988-1989, which has brought a fresh collaboration of visual and audio elements like no other.
Melbourne talents Nic and Misha have easily established their own unique sound that reverberates through your body with sharp industrial synth samples, creating an audio experience that’ll leave you raving and entranced.
Maia from HABITS lulls you into a false sense of security with their passionate, gently and hypnotic vocals, before Mo comes out of nowhere to smash that to the ground and dance on the embers. The frenetic back and forth between the two – Maia singing straight to your soul and Mo slamming the message with everything they’ve got – creates an emotional and turbulent ride, which is where Friendships find themselves most at home.
“This is an anthem for honesty, a theme song for strength. A chaotic reminder to strip down to your realest self. Create your space, own it, let your identity be known and demand for it to be respected. This video is a visual spew of that.” says visual front woman Misha.
The two duos have created a dimensional track that appeases every sense in your body, but also gets you thinking. If you’re a fan, you can see it live as Friendships have announced they’re touring around Australia’s East Coast, fick starting in Melbourne later this month!
friendships Nullarbor 1988-1989 Album Launch
Words By NATALIE TURNER