Deco – Upside Down

Indie pop band Deco released a brand new single today (7th September). ‘Upside Down‘ is the title track of the EP they are set to put out in the new year. Their previous single ‘Roam‘, released back in May, will also feature.

Watch the Deco boys exploring the colourful Venetian island of Burano in the video for Roam here:

The Midlands duo have had a busy summer which included playing to sizable crowds on the main stages of Y-Not, 110 Above and Fairweather Festival. With the success of their big festival appearances, they’ve now announced a headline tour for this autumn which will see them play several dates around the UK throughout October and into November.

Speaking about the new single, lead singer Max Kendall said: “We love writing pop records and the positivity it brings to people when they listen to it and come to our shows.”

“We’re all about making people feel good. There is no hiding the fact that this is a pop track and we can be proud of it. We know for some bands it can be a hard thing to be proud of when you started out as a 4-piece guitar band”.

Max pretty much hits the nail on the head. Upside Down is a chirpy, feel-good pop song. It’s formed around a brilliantly funky synth hook and Max’s flawless vocal melodies sound great.

Deco’s sound has been compared to that of Years and Years and Friendly Fires. Both of these comparisons are audible on this new single. They list George Michael and Duran Duran amongst their biggest musical influences, and the 80s vibe is unavoidable on this track.

Listen to Upside Down here: https://www.musicglue.com/band-links/deco-upside-down

After Deco’s big summer of festivals and now this new release, tickets for their upcoming tour are sure to be in demand. You can get yours here: https://www.decoofficial.com/

October
Tue 2nd BRISTOL, Crofters Rights
Thu 4th NEWCASTLE, Head of Steam
Sat 6th NOTTINGHAM, The Bodega
Sat 13th BIRMINGHAM, The Victoria
Sat 20th LONDON, Thousand Island

November
Wed 3rd SOUTHAMPTON, Heartbreakers
Sat 7th MANCHESTER, Gullivers

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