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Pumarosa – Cecile

Following up their outstanding debut single Priestess, London experimental-rock five-piece Pumarosa just unveiled their sophomore track Cecile, which keeps the expectations on this band at the highest level. Released today via Chess Club / Mom + Pop and produced by Dan Carey (Kate Tempest, Bat For Lashes, Toy), Cecile is a twisted, growing piece of art-rock that conveys Talking Heads’ vibes into a more dark, alluring path, reminiscent of some works of Scott Walker and Bowie and crowned by the high-pitched vocals of lead singer Isabel Munoz-Newsome. According to the band, Cecile is a “a mantra describing a sexual landscape.

Pumarosa’s music is strongly linked to Italy. Last summer, Pumarosa was offered a residency in “the cavernous disused cinema of an Italian surrealist, situated within the cliffs of Calabria.” The guys drove non-stop through Italy, eventually reaching their destination (we can assure you, it’s not an easy task) and starting working on new songs in the in the sweltering Italian summer. Calabrian air and food must have done them good if these are the results.

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