Premiere: Doctrine – The Peak Of Diggitiness

Let’s start this party with a bang! Next  July 1st, wonderful French label Beko Disques will release a free-downloadable summer compilation to celebrate the upcoming holidays. We were lucky enough to have already heard a few songs and they are all really, really good. Just like the one we are pleased to introduce today, Doctrine‘s comeback The Peak Of Diggitiness. Doctrine is a synth-pop trio made up of former Splash Wave member and based in French, even if their sound definitely exceed national boundaries. It takes just a few hints of The Peak Of Diggitiness to realize that they would be great next to Johnny Jewel’s works, especially Chromatics. Analog synths and a luscious female vocals: it’s everything we needed here.

After the release of their first EP through Spiral Jetta Recordings in 2011, the same year Doctrine joined Beko’s family with digital single You And Your Dad Issues, subsequently followed by a track on the A Tribute To Club Tropicana Vol. 2 compilation. The Peak Of Diggitiness is Doctrine’s first song in the two years and, as we said, also the first to be taken from Beko Summer 2014 compilation, which will be available next Tuesday through the label’s Bandcamp. Seriously, you shouldn’t miss it. Highly recommended.