Tying together their three most recent singles along with two new tracks and a remix, rising indie stars Sarpa Salpa have released their much-anticipated sophomore EP ‘A Feeling You Can’t Replace’. Flooded with driving guitar riffs, kinetic percussion and soaring vocals, the band have created a colourful and dynamic soundscape which fuses alt-pop and rock to create irresistible anthems.
The EP takes its title ‘A Feeling You Can’t Replace’ from a lyric in ‘As Good as It Gets’. Guitarist George Neath says of the record: “The title ‘A Feeling You Can’t Replace’ sums up how we were feeling when writing this EP. We miss live music and the ability to interact with both our fans and other musicians. We are so grateful that we were able to write over the Internet but it cannot replace the feeling of performing live music together, we feel like many can relate to this at the moment.”
Hailing from the quiet midland’s town of Northampton, Sarpa Salpa are making a lot of noise on the indie scene. Their stellar discography has received significant support from BBC Radio 1, Amazing Radio and the Student Radio Association Network. ‘A Feeling You Can’t Replace’ EP has been funded by the PPL Momentum Fund, and is set be followed by a 9-date tour this summer, in which Sarpa Salpa will bring their relentless energy and authentic lyricism to stages across the UK. This is a band set for huge things, so keep your eyes peeled.