It’s been a while since we haven’t experienced any mad crowd disease where the main sources of our sweat come from a packed audience ready to groove. Danish trio Fusia pays tribute to those wild concert nights where we were squeezed with strangers in their new single “Better.” It’s shimmering 80s synthpop with melancholic nostalgia that takes you back to the golden days of live music. “You could say that the song is like a tribute to the live concerts, which is something that there sadly hasn’t been a lot of this year, cause of the coronavirus,” shared bassist Mads Appel. Stream below:
Fusia are Kristoffer Rander (vocals), Mads Appel (bass) and Simon Jepsen (synths). In their own words, “The name comes from the flower ‘fuchsia’ which on one side looks artificial but on the other side is a natural flower. In the same way the band marries organic and acoustic elements with artificial and electronic elements. This results in a retro 80’s inspired sound with a modern pop production that makes sure to get the party started.”
They’re set to release more singles in the upcoming months so keep them under your radar.
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