Underground System Announces EP ‘Looking In’, Stream “Sleazy”

Underground System Announces EP ‘Looking In’, Stream "Sleazy"

Brooklyn indie-dance band Underground System have announced the release of their new EP ‘Looking In’.

The EP, the second in a series of two, will be out on April 17th via Razor-N-Tape. Pre-order it here.

Ranging from low-slung balearic grooves, to driving left-field funk and urgent uptempo backbeats, the record is a fine-tuning of the US sound, complete with their signature flute and synth soundscapes, driving percussion, and catchy offbeat vocal hooks.

The band have also just released the first single “Sleazy” along with a video directed by Chris Egan.

Of the song inspiration, Domenica explains: “This song is about having a spontaneous night with strangers. Doesn’t necessarily mean in the romantic sense. Just a night where you’re out on the town feeling alone (not lonely just alone) in a big ass city, but then meeting one or two people, instantly hitting it off, and next thing you know, you’re having a nocturnal adventure until sunrise.” 

The music video we made for ‘Sleazy’ with our friend Chris Egan is the cherry on top,” says the group’s co-leader Peter Matson.

Watch/listen below.

Looking In EP Tracklist:

  1. Looking In
  2. Sleazy
  3. Your Distraction
  4. Sleazy (Nenor Remix)
  5. Looking In (Clive From Accounts Remix)