Regionals release new EP, ‘Teenage Seance’

The Sydney band's second EP

Sydney alternative rock band Regionals have released their second EP, ‘Teenage Seance.’

Stream ‘Teenage Seance’ below:

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The five-track release follows on from their debut release, 2018’s ‘Sentimental Health.’ Two singles preceded the EP’s release: ‘Steady Hands’ in mid-April, and the EP’s title track last week.

Tone Deaf premiered the EP in full yesterday (May 14), before its release to streaming platforms officially today.

‘Teenage Seance’ was recorded at The Brain Recording Studios in Sydney’s inner-west. Clayton Segelov, the studio’s head engineer, served as the EP’s producer in addition to mixing and mastering. Former Gerling drummer Paul “Presser” Towner, who creates collages under the moniker of Dead Galaxy, created its cover art.

The release is the last to feature the band’s now-former bassist, Adam Millar. Millar finished “all the bass parts for the record in one afternoon, and then promptly mov[ed] to Ireland,” according to the band.

Regionals originally formed in 2018. It followed the end of The Mission In Motion, the previous band of lead vocalist Brett Islaub. ‘Gatorade Saxophone,’ the band’s debut single, was released October of that year.

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The band have performed alongside the likes of Pianos Become The Teeth, Red City Radio, Born Lion and Have/Hold since their inception.

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