Hazy Sundays released their debut EP ‘Give Me Some Dopamine’ – an exciting and highly anticipated release from the band following their newest single ‘Where The Devil Goes’. There are 6 songs in this EP with ‘Misfire’ being the opener, which is immediately captivating and I found the last line of the chorus to be playing in my head throughout the rest of the day, a dynamic track that works as the perfect introduction to this EP. Other noteworthy moments include the guitar riff during the chorus in ‘Collide’, as well as the introduction in ‘Never Know’. ‘Never Know’ is reminiscent of early Arctic Monkeys and this nostalgia echoes throughout the rest of the EP as well. There is something about it that makes me feel like I’m in an indie British TV show from the 2000’s (not Skins but something else). It’s youthful exuberant indie rock, familiar yet exciting with an impressive array of chorus melodies.

I could also imagine myself walking in a fierce manner around the neighbourhood whilst listening to these songs or dressing up with fishnet tights and going to prom. Many different options here as there are many different visual scenarios that could accompany them. The point is, they’re good, they take you out of your life and into a slightly more confident existence, out of your chair and into the hypothetical dancefloor.

You can now listen to ‘Give Me Some Dopamine’ on all available streaming platforms and I definitely urge you to do so!

About Katerina Tsaramanidou 8 Articles
KATERINA is an indie artist from Crete, Greece based in Ayr, Scotland. After releasing her first single «They’re trying to sell my books» at the end of 2022 through Damfino Records, she has performed live at CamGlen Radio, Culture Incrociate and Glasgowstreetsound. Her newest single “Ballad of a Hollywood Dreamer” was recently played live on BBC Introducing.