‘Digital People’ by Sparrow


Sparrow are five-piece out of Western Australia and tomorrow the Perth natives are releasing their debut EP ‘Digital People‘, a five-track EP jam packed full of metal goodness, with Hate Eater being the standout of the entire EP.

Coming off the releases of Red and album title track Digital People prior to the release of the EP tomorrow, Sparrow have given fans that much needed taste of what they could still offer the music world after the release of their debut album Deathpop in 2013.

This time around, Sparrow’s have taken influences from early 90’s Marilyn Manson, to modern Motionless in White and put together a solid short five-track EP that has more than enough time for Sparrow’s to show why Sean, Clint, Tristan, Jase and Luke are a great band that jells together well, from the instrumental work, to the vocal work, to the atmosphere they create.

With songs – other than Hate Eater, Red and Digital People – that stand out, like Wolf in Sheepskin and World Wide Divide, Sparrow’s Digital People EP is an essentially if you’re after a quick 20 minute EP to eat.