After sharing ‘Come Down On Jupiter‘, the first single from their upcoming second album ‘Disco Volador‘, The Orielles now release a remix of the track by Jane Weaver.
LISTEN TO THE REMIX HERE:
They also now excitedly announce their first ever US tour, including appearances at SXSW, New Colossus and Treefort Festival.
They also play a run of dates across the UK beforehand, including headlines at the Ritz in Manchester and London’s Electric Ballroom, following this year’s sold out Scala gig.
25 Feb ⦿ The Riverside ⦿ Newcastle
27 Feb ⦿ The Sugarmill ⦿ Stoke
28 Feb ⦿ The Waterfront ⦿ Norwich
01 March ⦿ Chalk ⦿ Brighton
02 March ⦿ SWX ⦿ Bristol
04 March ⦿ Electric Ballroom ⦿ London
05 March ⦿ Ritz ⦿ Manchester
06 March ⦿ Institute 2 ⦿ Birmingham
11 – 15 March ⦿ New Colossus Festival ⦿ New York, NY
16-22 March ⦿ SXSW ⦿ Austin, TX
24 March ⦿ Moroccan Lounge ⦿ Los Angeles, CA
25 March ⦿ Popscene at Rickshaw Stop ⦿ San Francisco, CA
27 March ⦿ Treefort Music Festival ⦿ Boise ID
28 March ⦿ Bunk Bar ⦿ Portland, OR
29 March ⦿ Vera Project ⦿ Seattle, WA
‘Come Down On Jupiter’ is an explosion of technicolor, a curious and eclectic appetiser. – Tenement TV
The group weave in different musical phases across their new song like space travelers exploring uncharted galaxies, carrying an air of sonic curiosity throughout. – Paste
The group confidently transcend all manner of genre to predominantly craft something that is unquestionably theirs. – So Young Magazine
Disco Volador is released on February 28th, 2020.
Voyaging through cinematic samba, ’70s disco, deep funk boogies, danceable grooves and even tripping on 90s acid house, Disco Volador is set to propel The Orielles spinning into a higher zero-gravity orbit. Written and recorded in just 12 months, it captures the warp-speed momentum of their post-Silver Dollar Moment debut album success; an unforgettable summer touring, playing festivals like Green Man and bluedot. Disco Volador’s library catalogue vibes stem from a band lapping up and widening their pool of musical discovery whether nodding to Italian film score maestros Sandro Brugnolini and Piero Umiliani, or the Middle Eastern tones of Khruangbin and Altin Gün.
“All the influences we had when writing this record were present when we recorded it, so we completely understood what we wanted this album to feel like and could bring that to fruition,” tells drummer, Sid. “This is the sound of where we are at, right now.”
Returning to Stockport’s Eve Studios with keysman Alex now adding texture through his classically trained know-how, they re-joined engineer Joel, and producer Marta Salogni (Liars, Björk, The Moonlandingz) who worked on their debut.
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