It's an experimental yet melodic return from the six-piece...

Dublin group Fat Pablo have shared their surrealistic new single 'Ganki' - tune in now.

The six-piece have a strong reputation in their home city, with their live shows - expansive, billowing out to fill the entire room - showing an experimental side.

Following recent singles 'Shambala' and 'Darts' the band went back into the studio, working hard to nail down live favourite 'Ganki'.

A slightly odd, almost surrealistic journey, 'Ganki' opens in urgent, pensive climes, before suddenly relaxing, its mellowness fuelled by a desire to simply slow down.

There's a lot to absorb, but 'Ganki' never succumbs to information overload, an entrancing sensory experience.

Fat Pablo explain: "'Ganki' took a good while for us to write, we went back to the drawing board a few times with this one as it was tough to merge the urgency at the beginning of the song with the mellowness of the latter half."

"We think we've found a nice balance where you get the best of both worlds. We try not to act as a one trick pony, but rather an acre of unicorns."

Tune in now.

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