It's a happy release day for Stereo Off, with Popdust debuting the stream of their third and aptly titled EP stream along with a lovely write up, including comparisons to Beach House, The XX, and Miami Horror. The Brooklyn band have found a perfect blend of indie rock and electronica on their newest effort, which you can (and should!) check out below.
Brooklyn's Stereo Off will be releasing their third EP early in 2017 and today they've shared the first single from that upcoming release over at CLRVYNT. The trio makes the perfect blend of new wave pop, and "Sunsetting" gives you an example of this dance-ready track. Starting off slow, a bit of horns and waves of pulsating synths echo through the mix before those lighter electronic elements chime in. Then Sebastian Marciano's vocals come, and as the folks over at CLRVYNT say, his voice melts "like chocolate into the background while trumpets and synthesizers tap out sounds to create a danceable and immaculate track." Go take a listen to "Sunsetting."
EP III will be out February 3rd, 2017.