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hideaway club over you
hideaway club over you

WE REVIEW THE NEW SINGLE FROM HIDEAWAY CLUB – OVER YOU

Despite their name, Hideaway Club reveals a great amount of musicianship skill in their latest single, Over You. The Chesterfield quartet presents an intriguing sonic sound on their latest single that calls back to the early 90s.

From the start, the track blurs between different tempos. The rhythm notes and patterned drum beats collide with wailing leads. The whole piece slowly merges as the verse progresses before seamlessly jumping to an incredibly melodic chorus.

The harmonic bass and climbing notes are reminiscent of the early days of Dreampop and Shoegaze. There are moments of droning guitars and echoing leads that highlight influences such as My Bloody Valentine. Simultaneously, the melodic chorus and engaging bass rhythms reminisce the Madchester birth with artists such as The Stone Roses.

The moody vocals mix well into the bombardment of guitar effects and the chorus is a championing moment. The repetition of the title track and themes of love and loss grasp the listener instantly. The vocals are moving and delicate and the simplicity of the chorus is great for indie listeners.

Over You manages to achieve so many styles. It bops, it glides, it swims. It has driving bass notes similar to Andy Rourke that batter against the wall of droning guitar notes. The second verse jumps around with vocal and guitar harmonies that show a lighter moment in the track. The bridge advances on the established sound and cruises to a cool finish.

The writing styles and devotion to exploring the capabilities of their sounds, i.e. rhythms, tempos, effects and melodies make Hideaway Club one of THE artists to look for in 2024. If this band can keep up these styles and range throughout the year, there’s every need for them to be in the studio making a great indie album.

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