Oracle Sisters Share Breakneck Single ‘RBH’

There's a sneaky James Joyce reference in there, too...

Oracle Sisters have shared new single ‘RBH’.

The Paris based band have international roots, alongside a sense of literary flair. New album ‘Hydranism’ lands on April 7th, and the title alludes to its creative setting – it was largely pieced together on the Greek island of Hydra, once home to an artistic commune.

New single ‘RBH’ is a breakneck slice of indie pop, with its slender, wiry guitar lines aligned to a softly urgent vocal. Building to that dainty chorus, there’s also a very subtle James Joyce reference on the lyric sheet.

Oracle Sisters comment…

“The song came together very quickly during a jam in a rehearsal. The lyrics were put together around the table in Lewis’ apartment. One of the verses was lifted almost word for word from Ulysses by James Joyce…” 

Tune in now.

Ever wonder what the future holds for Oracle Sisters? So do they – Clash recently took the band on a tarot reading in London, with some special results.

Photo Credit: Ella Herme

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