Australian duo Strange Talk return with a series of remixes from their independent album “Speech Therapy”. Leaning into their love of house and the French touch, the duo rework a selection of tunes from their full player, recrafting them for dancefloors.
Formed in 2010, Strange Talk (Gerard Sidhu and Stephen Docker) burst onto the scene with a flurry of singles gaining the plaudits of triple j Unearthed, and saw the duo support Foster The People, The Rapture, Neon Indian, The Presets, Kele (Bloc Party) and Pink.
While their music has featured hit shows ‘Glee’, ‘90210’, ‘Degrassi’ and ‘Made in Chelsea’. On the big screen they landed synchs for films “The Intern” & “That Awkward Moment”. Their tunes have also dropped into games like ‘Need for Speed’, ‘Sleeping Dogs’ and ‘Real Racing’ and used in worldwide campaigns for Gucci, Snapchat and Sony.
On Speech Therapy (Remixed), the duo return to the studio providing that remix sparkle blending nudisco, deep house, electro pop and the French touch to create a series of impeccable remixes.
“Doing a self-remixed version of our original record ‘Speech Therapy’ started off as a bit of an accident. We had some previous demos of the original songs that were more dancey so during the pandemic we decided to remix the entire record. We thought we’d set ourselves a challenge of remixing our own entire record with kind-of french touch influence”
Whether it’s a late night club sesh, a poolside party or just a headphone repeater, Speech Therapy (Remixed) hails the return of Strange Talk.