Portland synth-pop duo Small Million share new video for the final two track off their Young Fools EP today via PopMatters, who say their sound is “innovative and darkly captivating, capable of pulling audiences in with pop-accessible hooks only to keep them around for the scintillating stories and sounds that come with them.” Dive into the gorgeous visuals below and keep an eye out for the EP on October 12.
Portland synth-pop duo Small Million have released a new track from their October 12 EP, Young Fools. "Sirens" is a song that reverses the mythological tales of sirens luring sailors to their death by telling the story from the perspective of the sirens rather than the sailors. Vocalist and lyricist Malachi Graham explains, "I’m trying to call out a male gaze perspective of women as territory to be conquered, or as property that they are owed, without taking female agency and desires into account. Fuck that!" Listen to the song below, check out the premiere at Substream and preorder the EP via Bandcamp.
Portland synth-pop duo Small Million will be releasing their sophomore EP, Young Fools, on October 12 and today the band are streaming the title track at Oregon Public Broadcasting, who say, "It’s a spacious and textured synth-pop listen." There's a release show tonight at Holocene to celebrate! Grab tickets HERE if you're in the area.
Portland duo Small Million are announcing today the October 12 release of their Young Fools EP. To give you a taste of what's to come, Billboard have shared a new song and lyric video for the lead single. "LONE" is a song about voluntary solitude and the difference between loneliness and being alone. Check out where it premiered at Billboard or below.