The Australian brother-sister duo is back after almost a year of no releases, boasting a groundbreaking track titled ‘Deja Vu’ as their first release on RÜFÜS DU SOL’s new label Rose Avenue Records. It’s a track that will have you in a mental spin once you leave it on shuffle, trancing yourself into a true deja vu as its syths and layers take you into a deep whirlwind of emotions. A new and mystical dance floor anthem that is sure to kick up some dust and take dancefloors deep into the night.
The duo made up of both Amy and Josh lays out a new sound that they have been working on with Josh on synths and drums, while Amy calls out with deep and soothing vocals, best described by themselves saying:
“DEJA VU, is the first offering from our next project. The song is, for us, a new sound. A sound we have been working towards for over a year now. We’re fine tuning ideas every day, discovering more about ourselves & our music every time we step into the world we have been creating. DEJA VU is especially important to us as what feels like the beginning of a new chapter for LASTLINGS.” – Amy & Josh
This comes after a stretch of no releases from them, but boasts a notion that their time away has proven productive and a bright future ahead of them in the coming months and year. This is largely due to catching the attention of RÜFÜS DU SOL. The trio, recently starting their label ‘Rose Avenue Records,’ with the goal of giving the undiscovered and rising stars of the indie electronic world a platform to be heard, met with Lastlings and automatically connected with their emotion and sound. Lastlings has spent some time recording and writing with them in their Venice studio on Rose Avenue, giving us hope of more to come from them on the label.
RÜFÜS DU SOL on teaming up with Lastlings: “Taste is such a funny thing, when you find people who share your love of particular music it bonds you instantly, you don’t need anything else in common. We had that moment when we met Amy and Josh last year. They played us some of their new music they’d been writing and we were in. At that point we didn’t even have a label set up, we just knew we wanted to be a part of what they were working on and try to share the feeling their music evokes us with as many people as possible.”
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