Since bursting onto the scene with their gooey Indie-pop take on traditional EDM, Strange Talk has endured an evolution unlike any other.
Their latest LP, Speech Therapy stands testament to this ability to constantly change. While paying homage to the gooey indie-pop that cemented them as Australian electro-powerhouses, Speech Therapy unwinds into sometimes sinister, unbridled floor fillers.
In light of this amazing release after a five-year hiatus, Happy got to the sit down with Strange Talk’s Gerard Sidhu and Stephen Docker, to chat about uncontrolled creativity, and the need for Speech Therapy.
HAPPY: Firstly, I absolutely love Starlight! But it’s definitely different from your earlier works on Cast Away – what did you do differently this time around?
STRANGE TALK: Thanks, so happy to hear you’re enjoying Starlight…..it’s definitely one of our favourites! I don’t think it’s too different to what we’ve done in the past especially with songs like Painted in Gold or When …