|More great indie pop from Big Deal with the song "Dream Machines." The song is a nice blend of alternative and indie pop, always light-hearted but with a more serious undercurrent at the same time. The song is from the album June Gloom, which is due out on the normally gloomy Mute Records on June 3/4, which so far looks to have all of the makings of a great summer music album. They're billing themselves as "slacker kings/ beautiful losers/ daydream dropouts" on SoundCloud, and that sounds like a great Summer vibe. Check out the song “In Your Car” for more Big Deal action.
Their music is a great blend of Pixies-alternative influences. They wanted to write California pop-influenced songs, so how does a band from the one of the most rain-soaked countries (United Kingdom) go about writing a sunny pop song? Go to California and hit the coastline for a drive, natch ... California pop from the place it originated.
“That fun, road trip kind of a song doesn’t happen a lot with English rock bands because it’s just not in the culture,” said Kacey Underwood. Mute records adds "Fleshing out their delicate, nocturnal tones Kacey and Alice take their sound to deeper, darker and more intoxicating height, courtesy of producer Rory Attwell (Veronica Falls, PAWS, Male Bonding) and a full band featuring bass and drums."
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