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Bec Sandridge returns with new single, Cost of Love. Speaking of the track she says “if Shania Twain + Daft Punk met at an 80s aerobics class, sweatily hooked up and had a gay baby… she would be named ‘Cost of Love’”.

Driven by shuffling drums, hooky guitars reminiscent of the late 70s and of course Sandridge’s unmistakable voice, ‘Cost of Love’ is the first release since her acclaimed debut album ‘TRY + SAVE ME’ in 2019. The new track is without question, a testament to Sandridge’s ability to write a sophisticated and unforgettable pop-banger.

‘Cost Of Love’ is the first track to be shared from Sandridge’s collection of new songs on her ‘Lost Dog’ EP; due out October 7th. Combining elements of pop and dance-synth hooks, the new EP highlights her love of bold soundscapes which transport listeners into an alternate state. As always, the songs are framed by her signature sound (and love) of sad songs that are danceable.

With a new band in tow, Sandridge is touring this August across Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane. Tickets on sale now.