Exclusive | Listen to Orchards and their debut single ‘Chemystery’
Ahead of the release of their debut EP Constantly Moving next year, Brighton-based math-pop quartet Orchards have just released their brand new single ‘Chemystery’.
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Having playing with the likes of Alpha Male Tea Party, Patchwork Natives, More Than Conquerors and White Lung in 2014, Orchards have been making a good name for themselves on the alternative circuit. Their fresh take on technical and catchy music is exciting and highly listenable, and their new single ‘Chemystery’ shows that perfectly. You can listen to it in full below:
Sounding something like a mix between Three Trapped Tigers, Alphabeat, Marmozets, Colour, Incubus and Rolo Tomassi, Orchards play what could ultimately be described as ‘Math Pop’. Mixing tight progressions, off-piste melodies and annoyingly catchy female/male vocals, the band’ new single is a brilliant example of what the four-piece have been working on.
Speaking about their new single, Orchards said:
“We’ve been working on this EP for close to a year now, and we’re so excited to see what reaction it gets. ‘Chemystery’ as a song basically describes us as a band; a jaunty collision of genre and ideas that makes you want to dance. We hope you like it.”
Orchards play tonight (11th December 2014) with Usurp, Rise and Patchwork Natives at Sticky Mike’s in Brighton. Just £3 OTD. Find more info here.
Orchards’ debut EP Constantly Moving is set for release in March 2015.