Zerbin is set to release their anticipated record Darling April 14.

Victoria’s Zerbin releases new album – Darling

New record available on iTunes April 14

Victoria’s own Zerbin, is set to release their anticipated record Darling April 14. Recorded over six weeks in a 100-year-old house on the Island, the band have created what feels like a true debut.

Best known for their 2013 EP Touch which secured them a number of EMAs and international film & TV spots, they have spent the past two years sharing stages with the likes of The Flaming Lips, Bruno Mars and Arcade Fire – consistently winning hearts of both fans and industry folk with their sincere songs and captivating live performances.

Straying from preset production they drew on an assortment of vintage gear to capture the unique sonics of Darling. The record is symphonic and addictive with songs that capture your head and heart.

Pre-order Darling on iTunes. zerbinmusic.com

 

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