A conceptual opus based around George Orwell’s ‘1984’ but looking at the spectre of ‘Big Brother’ five years on, TAYLOR SWIFT’s ‘1989’ sold over a million physical copies during its first week in the US.
One track that did not fit in with the ‘1989’ concept was deluxe bonus track ‘New Romantics’. But the now New York based pop princess’ celebration of the most colourful of youth movements in the 20th Century has now been released as a single. Continue Reading ›
After first getting international attention in 2012 for their second single ‘Julian’, highly photogenic Scandipodean twins SAY LOU LOU have finally released their debut full length album ‘Lucid Dreaming’.
Elektra and Miranda Kilbey were shortlisted in the BBC Sound of 2014, but the album has undergone all sorts of delays. The question is after all that time, have SAY LOU LOU been able to deliver on their brand of shimmering but accessible escapism? Continue Reading ›
Flitting between Sydney and Stockholm in their younger years, Scandipodean twins SAY LOU LOU have been impressing since their debut single ‘Maybe You’ came out in 2012 on the prestigious Kitsuné label.
With their steady tempos, art house cinematics and stylish presentation, SAY LOU LOU have been labelled a female HURTS. A recent sojourn with the trendy LONDON GRAMMAR helped their cause further and resulted in this sold out show at London’s XOYO. Continue Reading ›
The Electricity Club loves dream laden electronic sophistication and recent offerings from HANNAH PEEL and KID MOXIE have been fine examples of that template. Cut from that same cloth is ‘Julian’, the beautiful new single from SAY LOU LOU.
Comprising of the highly photogenic Scandipodean twins Elektra and Miranda Kilbey, the track features subtle elements of ROBYN, LANA DEL REY, KARIN PARK, MARSHEAUX and THE SOUND OF ARROWS. Continue Reading ›