Belle Roscoe debuted a decade ago with a self-titled album that turned heads all over the place, spreading their name from their Melbourne home around the world. They bedded in with a fine 2013 follow-up and a series of teasingly inviting singles and EPs since. But now, in the 2020-21 season, they've created the thrilling sound that defines them. So it's with pride and excitement that siblings Julia and Matty Gurry and their band unveil the distinctly raunchy single 'Soho Shoes' as the first taste of the career-redefining EP Talking To The Walrus. The five-tracker sets Belle Roscoe firmly in the top division of modern melodic rock, with nods to glam, psychedelia, gothic blues, folk and country, 1970s Americana, and those instinctive harmonies that are the special preserve of sibling groups, from the Everlys to the Haims. The band made the EP in Nashville, soon before lockdown, and the line-up around them started a dream that just kept getting better. The producer is Matt Ross-Spang, whose credits include records by John Prine, Jason Isbell and Margo Price. Engineering is by Andrija Tokic, who among many other credits, literally housed Alabama Shakes' 2012 landmark Boys & Girls, recording it at his home. Indeed, members of the Shakes adorn Talking To The Walrus, as do those from Jason Isbell's 400 Unit. Following the release of their newest track "Soho Shoes," they project a captivating single that will definitely grasp your ears. Beginning with upbeat instrumentation leading onto their sweet and luscious vocals they complete the track fully. Explaining the single further the story takes place in dystopian London and follows the band’s spirit animal ‘The Walrus’ on his quest to assemble the great politically conscious songwriters of our time in an effort to speak to the world – uniting our existence in our most desperate hour. To the vocals and production, this track will surely have you dancing. Being just perfect for a late-night drive or hanging out with some friends. Go stream "Soho Shoes".