Los Angeles vocalist Dresage makes pop, but not pop.
She's pop in the sense of wanting her ideas to reach a wide audience, but her sharply defined melodies are informed by some left field elements.
Art-pop in the realest sense, new song 'Gallery' matches brooding synths to lashings of flouro-soaked colour.
She explains: "Rather than endless self-reflection and emotional torture, 'Gallery' imagines an alternate universe where every heartbreak is put on display."
"If we had the ability to see our romantic failings and achievements art-exhibit style, wine in hand and heels clicking on polished cement floors, maybe we'd see our past with 20/20 vision."
Pop from an alternative universe driven by a commitment to personal communication, 'Gallery' kinda sums up Dresage: honest, creative, and forever outside the box.
Tune in below.
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