Melbourne’s dynamic six-piece indie pop rock outfit, Lucy Lorenne and The Early Birds, have just dropped a vibrant and nostalgia-driven pop anthem, “Tamagotchi Nights”!
With her debut EP, “Summers Gone”, already under her belt, the charismatic Lucy Lorenne and her band continue to grow their endearing sound as they explore new depths.
“Tamagotchi Nights” – co-written by Lucy, Matt Hargreaves and Flagrant Artists producer Ben Oldland – is a vibrant boppy number that pays homage to childhood innocence and fantasy. With an air of melancholy for the more innocent times gone by, the song captures the essence of post-millennial nostalgia.
Lucy and The Early Birds create a captivating soundscape that goes on a joyful trip down memory lane. Opening with an 8-bit synth riff, the track bursts with a delightful blend of upbeat guitars and charming video game-like synth lines, infusing the song with a playful atmosphere. The driving drums keep the energy soaring, while Lucy’s absolutely adorable vocals and heartfelt lyricism add a touch of innocence and sincerity to the mix. Effortlessly weaving together the catchy 8-bit elements with infectious indie-pop hooks, the track is a mixed bag of emotions that builds to an exhilarating and euphoric chorus.
The accompanying music video is a visual delight created in collaboration with Mediaroid. Drawing inspiration from the Y2K era, the video brings Lucy Lorenne’s childhood bedroom to life in a dream-like reimagining. A rainbow rug, pink lava lamp, CD player, pixelated screens, Barbies, aqua roller-skates, and butterfly cushions set the stage for a distinctly Y2K, ‘Hi-5-esque’ aesthetic that resonates with zoomers everywhere. The video seamlessly cuts between this vibrant bedroom scene and the band performing against a backdrop of bold, poppy colours reminiscent of that era.
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