Announces Young Oblivion EP, Prod. By Brothertiger,
Listen + Share: “Feels Like The First Time”
“Hettinger’s contemporary spin on ‘80s synth-pop melodies are complemented by breathy vocals and a bouncy, sticky hook.” – Wondering Sound
“…hooky, textural synth-pop…” – Complex
“…retro synth-pop bounce…” – Pigeons & Planes
“Sonically cradling you with deep and honest ‘80s emotions, new NYC electro-pop band Memoryy creates an ‘Electric City’ of addictive retro synth masterpieces.” – Kick Kick Snare
Memoryy is the alias of Brooklyn-based Shaun Hettinger. Seamlessly bringing together ‘80s-inspired synths with elements of modern production, his synth-pop lives in a distinct realm between the past & present. Memoryy has just announced his new EP, Young Oblivion– set for release September 30th!
Young Oblivion EP cut “Feels Like The First Time” is the perfect jam to round out the last warm days of summer, filled with emotional vocals layered atop undeniably catchy synths & percussive elements. “Feels Like The First Time” premiered today withWondering Sound, and is also available to post & share HERE!
Consisting of five sophisticated & memorable electro-pop gems that flirt with afro-pop, funk, moody mid-tempo, straight dancefloor & even a soul ballad, the Young Oblivion EP is the result of eight months of hard work & perseverance. At the helm of the EP’s production (having produced four of the five tracks) is co-producer John Jagos, also known as renowned chillwave artist Brothertiger. NYC producers & remixers extraordinaire The Golden Pony also inject their brand of dancefloor-ready electro-pop to the EP, and the record’s personnel is rounded out by indie-pop songbird Frances Cone (backing vocals), Josh Dobson (guitars), Dan Morosi (drums), Israel Heller (violin), Lizzy Rich (backing vocals) & Rose Lovell (backing vocals).
Stay tuned for more news from Memoryy coming soon!
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