News: Brighton’s Paris Blue Return With Infectious New Single ‘Honestly’

Hastings post-punk-indie quartet Paris Blue has made a triumphant return with their latest single ‘Honestly’. Produced by renowned engineer Kevin Van Bergen, known for his work with Depeche Mode and Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, the track promises to captivate listeners with its infectious melodies and intelligent musicality.

Paris Blue, a band hailing from the vibrant music scene of Hastings, has once again stepped into the limelight with their latest offering, ‘Honestly’. The quartet, known for their distinctive blend of post-punk aesthetics and indie-alt-pop vibes, delivers a tight soundscape that immerses listeners in a world of angular guitars, dappled electronics, choppy drums, and warm bass.

Front and center is the melancholic yet reflective lead vocal track, weaving seamlessly through the intricate layers of sound. The result is a track that not only showcases the band’s musical prowess but also captures the essence of modern dating and the importance of openness in relationships.

In a statement about the single, the band shares their insights, saying, “Honestly is an alt-pop track to its core, a cluster of hooks with a vibe. Simple, fun, and effective! The song… isn’t to be taken too seriously. It’s about being open. With our thoughts, feelings, and relationships with others. A sentiment a lot of us can connect with in modern dating.”

Despite their relatively short time in the music scene, Paris Blue has already made waves, earning themselves coveted opening slots for local sensations Kid Kapichi and The Enemy at the prestigious De La Warr venue.

As Paris Blue continues to carve their path in the music industry, ‘Honestly’ stands as a testament to their ability to blend infectious melodies with, excuse the pun, honest lyricism.

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