CORALCROWN RETURN WITH NOSTALGIC SYNTH POP TRACK 'FANTASY'


Bringing Back Nostalgic Synth-Pop, Coralcrown Return with ‘Fantasy’

For those of you who love the synth pop vibes of the 80s, Coralcrown have managed to replicate the feel and sound from a golden age. Many have tried to craft an authentic synth pop track, but few come close to delivering the riff, the chorus and the hook, while simultaneously giving the pulse of the music a dance base. Here Fantasy ticks all the right boxes for those who want to relive their youth, or those who missed out the first time around.

Artist: Coralcrown

Release: Fantasy

Release Date: June 21st

Genre: Synth-Pop

Bringing back that nostalgic feel good synth-pop sound, Coralcrown makes his return with 80’s inspired synth-pop anthem ‘Fantasy’ June 21st, pulling influence from Tears for Fears, Two Door Cinema Club and The 1975, combining modern indie rock mixed with a heavy dose of 70’s and 80’s Disco.  

The London based indie-disco musician has been releasing music since 2016. Starting as a bedroom personal project, Coralcrown, also known as Luis Gotor, began writing songs and exploring with different sounds. By early 2017 he started to record different tracks, shaping the sound of the project.

Coralcrown continuously delivers infectious melodies that bring the so uplifting vibe of music from the seventies and eighties while adding a modern indie twist.

Stream ‘Fantasy’ here: https://bit.ly/2W3LzMy

When discussing the writing process, Luis stated: “The lyrics came to me first, but when I read them back the tone was a bit sad, and I prefer to create happy music people can dance to. I added a really simple disco groove and then the synth bass and a funky guitar sound, and of course the most important element for me: those 80s synth sounds!”

Coralcrown is set to release ‘Fantasy’ June 21st via CDBaby.


top posts

Be a Groupie and follow us
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Facebook

Artist A-Z Quick Link

 © Photogroupie.com  2012 - 2018 All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited.  Click here to contact us.

All trademarks and/or logos within the content of Photogroupie.com are respectfully acknowledged and remain the property of their trademark owners.

 

 

Photogroupie logo designed by Gerry Driver with vectors adapted from www.vectoropenstock.com

Camera lens by webdesignhot lips by Dave