Sydney’s Triple One have continued to raise the hype in the lead-up to their debut album, releasing their latest track “Salina” this morning.
The New South Wales outfit have been turning heads since their appearance on the scene a few years ago, with their eclectic sound giving birth to a run of standalone singles, and a handful of EPs. Currently, the group are gearing up to release their debut album next month, having shared the likes of lead single “Loverose” earlier in the year.
Today however, sees Triple One sharing their latest track, with “Salina” recalling the outfit’s early experiments in genre and texture, mixing soaring vocals and trap beats, to result in one of the group’s most acclaimed releases to date.
“‘Salina’ is about heartbreak and how it often leads to self-destructive behaviour,” explains vocalist Marty Bugatti. “It’s also about trying really hard but never quite reaching your own expectations and then taking it out on other people because you can’t admit your own wrongs.”
“[It’s] a battle of choices, and in the consequences when the choices are made,” echoes Lil Dijon.
The track also comes accompanied by a video clip, directed by Martin Guilfoyle & Tyson Perkins, which mixes a performance of the track with visceral imagery, often veering into territory reminiscent of a renaissance painting.
“Salina” will feature on Triple One’s debut album, Panic Force, which is slated to be released on October 30th, and serves as a product of all the years of hard work put in by the group.
“Fans have been asking for our debut album for years, but we’ve been waiting for the right moment where we felt comfortable with ourselves as musicians to release a full body of work,” Triple One explained. “Panic Force is a deeply personal work for us, and one that culminates everything we’ve learned since day one. Everybody will have something to take away from this record.”