Tempesst’s EP ‘Doomsday’ Is Out And Yup, It’s About Your Quarter Midlife Crisis

A philosophical tribute to everything life gifts/dumps at you

Photo: Courtesy of Kartel

Aussie quintet Tempesst takes us into a philosophical route of quarter midlife crisis with their second EP Doomsday. It’s surf-infused psychedelic record that also has some retro charm to it, evoking a sense of nostalgia and contemplation. The band, who are currently based in London, dissects the anxiety and chaos that we face in modern day where we are constantly overfed with information, judgment, expectations, and whatever is trending on Twitter. Stream below:

“We really wanted to make a big step up sonically with this EP. We wanted the tracks to sound quite classic, with ’60s / ’70s influence but also very current / relevant, with nods to psych, folk, indie and alternative bands around now.” shared Tempesst.

The five will start touring next month in support of their new EP.

9/15 – Olympic Café (Paris, France)

9/18 – Sneaky Pete’s (Edinburgh, Scotland)

9/19 – Broadcast (Glasgow, Scotland)

9/20 – Hyde Park Book Club (Leeds, UK)

9/21 – Reeperbahn Festival (Hamburg, Germany)

9/23 – Csatle Hotel (Manchester, UK)

9/24 – Crofters Rights (Bristol, UK)

9/25 – Gwdihw (Cardiff, UK)

9/27 – The Victoria Dalston (London, UK)

9/29 – Heartbreakers (Southampton, UK)