Don’t Call Us Late For The Weekend

Spring is known for a time to shake off the dark doldrums of winter and celebrate life anew. For many, this translates into ‘party time,’ and upbeat, vibrant music plays a large role in that. From sandy beach romances and sunsets to bonfires and drunken one night stands, the music of Spring takes up a large chunk of the soundtrack of our lives. This season has gotten just a little bit hotter with the latest release from Slightly Left of Center, an Australian band inspired by some of the biggest acts in the industry. From their new album Euphoria, Call Me For The Weekend delivers an enticing blend of rhythms, blazing hot beats, and fluid vocals while sharing an exhilarating message of young romance without abandon.

Member Michael Pace has a slightly different interpretation of his song: “We wrote this song to evoke that party mentality, meeting somebody random and having a good time out or in, if you know what I mean.” Whatever, dude, we’re down for ‘no strings attached, late night booty calls’ Spring bliss! Afterwards, don’t call us and we won’t call you! 😉

Comparing themselves to several other popular bands, members Pace and Adam Spicer contend this song is a “testament to the bands tongue-in-cheek mentality, with soaring hooks and a vibe reminiscent of Maroon 5 meets Daft Punk that will keep you coming back for more.”

Already on the Scandalous! office playlist, Call Me For The Weekend is just one example of several strong tracks from Euphoria, and definitely worth your listening time if you love new music.

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Originally from Montreal where she covered local night life for an alternative magazine, Lauren is now now based in South Florida where she works in marketing and spends her weekends sampling the area’s night life.