A GROOVING four-piece band from North London have released their debut single, and it’s a joyous and funky affair.
Galactic Dust, fronted by singer-songwriter Noam, have finally dropped their rhythmic and eagerly-anticipated ‘DiscoDust’.
The three-minute track, which was the first song the group composed, features Nile Rodgers-esque guitar playing and hip-shaking, disco drum beats.
Throughout the duration of the bold and somewhat unique-sounding release, the listener is taken on a fittingly glittering and shimmering journey.
Speaking about the cosmos electronics of ‘DiscoDust’, the band say they just wanted to make their fans boogie.
“After we playing our first gig, we realised we wanted to make our audience dance.
“It was on a sunny, spring day, and at the time, we were inspired by groovy artists, like Parcels, Toro Y Moi and Kali Uchis.
“The funky guitars and disco rhythms were the foundation of the creation, which gave the song its name.”
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