22 September 2014

Brighton band The DuBarrys release new track Lilly

Brighton The DuBarrys Lilly

Brighton band The DuBarrys release new track Lilly

Brighton band The DuBarrys have recently released a stunning 70's rock influenced track 'Undress Your Soul' taken from their forthcoming debut EP. The track, featuring a pop undercurrent and catchy melody leaves a mark on all those who listen.

Now the four-piece have treated us to the second song from the four-track EP. ‘Lilly’ is as addictive as it is stunning, with hazy vintage-led visuals, that leave us wanting more. An Indie Pop/Rock track, which causes an instant recall, immediately after watching.
Their debut EP promises to bring more; ambient melodies are teamed with indie-pop vocals and reverb-soaked guitars; The DuBarrys are set to ensnare your ears, and make their mark.

Support for the band has already come from BBC Radio 6, and XFM with comparisons to indie tastemakers of recent years, Alt-J and Local Natives. Other mutual influences come in the form of Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd, Tame Impala and more recently Mac Demarco, with elements from each harnessed to create a sound and style unique to The DuBarrys; a refreshing change from today's EDM driven scene.

Having previously supported King Charles and with performances at the Isle of Wight Festival, under their belt, The DuBarrys have already cemented themselves as an incredible, engaging live act. Chich, Rax, Alex and Dylan are a four piece, masquerading as a trio, with their drummer choosing not to take the limelight; however still playing a firm role in their music making.

Hotly tipped for 2015, keep an eye on these boys.

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