The Dublin dreampop quartet return with new single ‘Disco Biscuits’
Loraine Club return with new single ‘Disco Biscuits’. The Dublin dreampop quartet previously released singles 'Bleu' & 'Bills', and this latest offering builds further upon their reputation for infectious dancefloor-destined gems.
The track sets dreamy vocals and laid-back guitar licks atop a backdrop of retro-soaked synths and bass; creating a mood that is equally chilled and uplifting.
There is an undeniable groove to Loraine Club’s music and their sound often feels escapist, transporting the listener to a nocturnal world of hazy lights and moody dancefloors.
With its wavy Wurlitzer-esque vibes, ‘Disco Biscuits’ sports a carefree sound that gives the sense of being on a high, alluding to why the narrator is feeling “strange”.
There is a youthfulness evident on ‘Disco Biscuits’, the track being the band’s take on a first time experience of a “gaff party in Dublin”. The narrative follows a young reveller trying to get suitably lubricated so they can enjoy the evening’s festivities.
The location in question is a print factory in the band’s home of Tallaght, which also doubles up as their rehearsal space. In the band’s own words:
“it's kind of become an institution to Loraine Club and our mates, a place we can go chill, play music and have the occasional low key party on the sly!”
‘Disco Biscuits’ is a taster of Loraine Club’s forthcoming EP, expected to arrive in late 2020.
With early online support from reputable names like Nialler9, these guys are piquing a lot of interest at home and abroad.
In a few short months, the band have supported high-profile acts such as Friendly Fires and recently played their debut headline show in Dublin’s Whelan’s venue.
This latest release is another instantly infectious triumph that basks in eighties pop while maintaining their own unique sound that plays with genre expectations.
The result is a track that simmers with excitement and draws you further and further into the intriguing world of Loraine Club.
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Loraine Club – Disco Biscuits