London duo Paradise have a sound that has you scurrying for comparisons. We loved their previous single ‘Stars Shine Bright’ which felt like a nod to the ‘Madchester’ scene of the late 80’s/early 90’s, and their new single ‘Pray Easy’ doesn’t disappoint either.
With a great use of synths ‘Pray Easy’ pounces on you with feel good melodies from the opening intro. The vocals feel a little fuzzy and slightly distant; possibly down to the distorted/Shoegazed layers that dominate the track; which finishes off with an explosive finale of synths, keys and percussion; staying in your head long after it’s ended… like all good pop songs should.
‘Pray Easy’ is available as a free download when you purchase their latest AA-side single ‘Stars Shine Bright’ / ‘I Can Feel Your Love’, out now on Dirty Bingo Records
Latest posts by Michael Jamison (see all)
- In Pictures: Ghostpoet @ Leeds Festival 2015 (NME / BBC Radio One Stage) - August 29, 2015
- In Pictures: Black Honey @ Leeds Festival 2015 (Festival Republic Stage) - August 29, 2015
- The Charlatans Confirm December UK Shows - August 26, 2015