Carpark have shared details of their forthcoming EP ‘Born To Be Average’, set for release in February.
The new EP might have a self-effacing title, but by the sounds of new single ‘MIA’, it’s set to be anything but average.
The new track follows the band’s recent ‘Suburbs Of Hell’ single which will also feature on the forthcoming project – have a listen below.
Discussing the new EP and what we can expect, the band have said:
“‘Born To Be Average’ introduces the new era of Carpark with heavy rock and even some dance elements, but we also have a ballad that pays homage to earlier Carpark, and a song that is so undeniably inspired by the pop-punk influences we grew up on.
“It’s been a really fun process and we can’t wait for everybody to hear all five songs in February.”
The band recently signed with Essex-based indie collective Saviour Music Group, which will release their EP on DSPs and vinyl.
Having only played their first live show as Carpark two years ago in a friend’s garage, Carpark (Sophie, Hattie and Lauren) have been cutting their teeth on the live scene, having supported the likes of Lauren Hibberd, Kelsy Karter and Beth McCarthy, as well as wrapping up their debut UK headline tour earlier in the year.