It's all about escapism.
Gold Coast four-piece Tijuana Cartel reach out towards some un-namable bliss, a surging euphoria that goes beyond words.
Matching psychedelic textures to dappled electronics, the group's beatific sound helps you escape from yourself.
New single 'Over And Over' comes as Tijuana Cartel prepare for some Australian shows, including a variety of festival and headline dates.
Airing through Clash, it's a gorgeous return, one that connects their ethereal songwriting to something deeply physical.
“It’s all about dance,” says Carey O’Sullivan (rhythm guitarist and co-producer). “Live is where it begins and ends for us. We love to record, but in the end, people will tell us our live shows are where it’s at. All our songs of late have been with both idea of the live set-in mind.”
Paul George pushes his vocals back to the fore, with 'Over And Over' being driven by the force of his voice.
He comments: “I’d almost given up on vocals. I was happily focussing on my guitar, obsessively focusing. Carey kept nudging me to sing on a track, one night he called me around 4am begging, and finally I caved.”
A wonderful return, 'Over And Over' is completely intoxicating, carrying within it the promise of a summer which might - fingers crossed - offer something a little more optimistic.
Tune in now.
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