News: Lautier Returns with Breezy New Single ‘It’s Not The Same’

South-London nu-soul-come-indie quartet Lautier reemerge with their latest offering ‘It’s Not The Same’ – a beautiful blend of melancholic songwriting and soulful, melodic tendencies. The new single solidifies their reputation as one of the most captivating up and coming acts.

With an eclectic sonic compass guided by their passion for crate digging, Lautier effortlessly spans genres. Their influences traverse a journey from 60s Brazilian tropicalia icons like Jorge Ben Jor and Gilberto Gil to modern grooves from acts like Parcels and Haim. This unique amalgamation forms the core of their musical identity, characterized by a relentless pursuit of creative innovation.

‘It’s Not The Same’ stands as a testament to their artistic prowess. It seamlessly blends soulful melancholy with vibrant indie nuances. The interplay of jazz-infused chord structures, luminous guitar tones, a dynamic bass line, subtle synth accents, and steady, swaying drums paints a vivid picture of their diverse inspirations. The song captures the rhythmic essence of their tropicana influences while retaining an indie accessibility that shimmers with charm.

Fronted by emotive and silky-smooth lead vocals harmoniously enveloped by a chorus of artfully placed harmonies, the track is elevated with an infectious and catchy melodic hook. The lyrics, heartfelt and relatable, add depth and authenticity to the composition.

Discussing the track’s thematic essence, the band reveals: “‘It’s Not The Same’ confronts the inevitable challenges of comparing one romantic relationship to another. It probes whether a similar form of love can ever be rediscovered, or if the pursuit is a meaningful endeavor.”

Lautier’s musical journey has already been adorned with accolades, with radio plays on Radio X (courtesy of John Kennedy) and BBC Introducing. The band’s live performances, which have garnered sold-out crowds across London, testify to the fervor surrounding their music. Collaborating with accomplished producers Scott Knapper (known for his work with George Fitzgerald, Lucy Rose, Laura Jansen, and KANO) and Tim Bazell (noted for his contributions to Duffy and Wet Leg), Lautier has carved an artistic niche for themselves. Their music deftly navigates genre boundaries, an artistry that justifies the acclaim they’ve earned thus far.

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