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LORIS RELEASE “DIRTY BASS”

LORIS are a three piece, female fronted Electropop trio from Belfast, Northern Ireland that formed in late 2013. They have been heavily supported by the BBC introducing programme. Soon after their first single release they were asked to play a live radio show for BBC Radio Ulster in their native Northern Ireland to a live studio audience. This was shortly followed by their debut single ‘Yeah’ being picked for the prestigious BBC introducing ‘Track Of The Week’ slot and was played by Greg James, Fearne Cotton, Scott Mills, Dev, Gemma Cairney and Huw Stephens.

After the BBC Radio 1 play, LORIS were invited to play two shows at the Great Escape Festival in Brighton. Two Door Cinema Club bassist, Kevin Baird, approached the band having heard LORIS and the hype they had created back in Northern Ireland. He came on board and managed the band during the hiatus of TDCC.

The guys are back with their latest single ‘Dirty Bass’ (Curious Fox Records). With electric vocals, a hard dropping beat you can’t not pull a dirty face to that ‘dirty bass’! Watch Here

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