The Dead Leaves offer "Harm" free download + Talking Heads cover

The Dead Leaves

Melbourne, Australia's Indie-Alternative quartet The Dead Leaves are currently offering the track "Harm", from their upcoming album Cities On The Sea, as a free download.

"Harm" lives creatively somewhere between The National and Joy Division, and showcases lead singer Matt Joe Gow's versatility as he lifts from an impressively melodic deeper register in the verses to a high-soaring pitch during the track's infectious refrain.

You can currently download "Harm" from the band's facebook page, where you'll also have the chance to check out the recently announced artwork for "Cities On The Sea".

In the meantime, you can also download the band's reinvention of "This Must Be The Place" by The Talking Heads for free:

The Dead Leaves, originally formed as Matt Joe Gow's solo project in 2009, have evolved into one of the premiere bands in Australia.

With the release of "Cities On The Sea" (due out September 2011 on Liberation Music), the band will undoubtedly take their national success to a more global level.

Make sure to get in on the band now before the rest of the world inevitably does.

The Dead Leaves Official Website
The Dead Leaves Facebook

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