Melbourne indie-pop collective Approachable Members of Your Local Community are set to unleash their new single 'Semiotic Vision', following up a climactic 2017 with the first cut from their forthcoming EP (due 2018) and a limited run of shows.
Semiotic Vision is a detour into beguiling groove and low-fi reflectiveness. It's a seamless segue from infectious bass and keys to a warm buzz of euphoria, all weaved together around an irresistible hook. Recorded at the band's home studio Lumeah Records, the track was engineered and mixed by Casey Hartnett (King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard) and mastered by Poons Head (Tame Impala, Pond).
The band will launch 'Semiotic Vision' at Melbourne's The Toff In Town, followed by a debut appearance at indie club night Rare Finds' 3rd Birthday at Oxford Art Factory, Sydney. The single will also be supported by a forthcoming video release, with additional tour dates including a support slot on Kira Puru's Tension single launch tour in March, and an EP slated for later in the year.
Debut single Millennium Queen was strongly supported by triple j (premiered on Home and Hosed), triple j Unearthed, Spotify, Apple Music, Pilerats and community radio stations 4ZZZ, FBi and 3RRR.
After a packed out single launch at Melbourne's The Night Cat and sharing the festival stage with the likes of Gang of Youths, SAFIA and Allday at Melbourne's Let Go Fest earlier this year, Approachable Members of Your Local Community are poised for a major strike in 2018.