|Jul / 2019||•||Valley of the Arts Festival||Kapolcs|
|Jun / 2019||•||Colorado Festival||Budapest|
|Feb / 2019||•||Akvárium Club||Budapest|
|Sep / 2019||•||Budapest Park||Budapest|
|Apr / 2019||•||Toldi Club||Budapest|
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Smooth, polished electronics go hand-in-hand with warm analog synths, broken beats and the emphatic sound of Perrin's voice. This is beautiful, modern soul music for the here-and-now.
Following up his self-released first EP from 2018, Perrin has taken his live setup into the studio to record two songs about love, relationships, and hazy summer afternoons. The first track to come out of this session is ‘July’, a 2020 update of the kind of disco-funk the likes of Stevie Wonder would be playing today.
Says Perrin in his own words: ‘This isn’t really a song about breaking up, more like moving on. Summer is about freedom, and there’s no point in feeling depressed in 40 degrees heat. I’d rather we cut strings, let loose and order another gin and tonic.’
He goes on to describe the recording session saying ‘In the studio we really wanted to capture the best of two worlds – vintage and modern, analog and digital. We were consciously trying to keep it pop but also to be progressive about it, which means in the end our sound should be accessible but have some depth too.’
'July' is out now!