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Priest Single ‘White Wing Dove’

Priest is electronic-based indie-pop comprised of vocalist Camille Priest and producer David Kazyk. Soaring electro-pop complete with lush synths, trance-enducing rhythms, and Camille's enchanting vocals, she has captured the attention of music fans and critics alike. Garnering widespread praise among notable outlets like The Fader, Pigeons and Planes, Nylon, NME, Earmilk, Idolator, Stereogum, The 405 and Indie Shuffle, and earned them well positioned live slots performing with Joywave, Young Empires, and Grace Mitchell. Nylon accurately pointed out that, “If Sofia Coppola is looking for a new artist to soundtrack her next film, Priest is it.”

Indie-Synthpop artist Priest makes her triumphant return with the first new music since her self-described “hiatus to breathe and think.” With her, she brings a powerful, soaring track that picks up where Priest left off, and then some. Glistening, vibrating synths, hook the listener from the start, and meld expertly with Camille’s pure vocal stylings that fans have come to adore.

‘White Wing Dove’ puts Priest’s musical evolution on full display. Warm bass lines, shimmering guitar, luscious synth melodies, and powerful percussive rhythms pool effortlessly with Camille’s vocals, to create a masterfully crafted song.

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Track From The Grey Merchant

Cork’s The Grey Merchant have made the closing track from their forthcoming album Avenue De Rennes available. It's called 'Never Give Up, Anything Is Possible'. The album is due for release at the end of September, and there is news of a lead single to follow in the next few weeks.

The new single follows 'Convenience'and ‘The Last Transmission’ which were both released earlier this year. The consistently high quality of the songwriting bodes well for Avenue De Rennes. Neon Atlas’ bassist Enda O’Flaherty and a collection of friends and fellow musicians release deliver a third single.

The Grey Merchant have drawn comparisons with classic noise and stoner rock, influences like Kyuss and Fu Manchu can be heard. The squalling guitars are part Kevin Shields and part Jonny Greenwood, with more than a little Billy Corgan thrown in. They are at times orchestral, at times indie tweeness, but always roiling and rollicking.

 
 

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