It’s been two long years since Melbourne outfit Miami Horror released All Possible Futures, a game-changing album that put the indie/electronic/pop four-piece in a league of their own. Ben Plant has kept busy, co-writing tracks with Client Liason and Roland Tings, and concocting the latest offering from Miami Horror. Today, the band shares their eclectic new single “Leila” taken from their forthcoming release, a sonic/art experience titled The Shapes. LISTEN TO “LEILA”
The Shapes is a one-off conceptual release that sees the band delve into rhythm and percussion with influences ranging from the art pop and lyrical wit of Talking Heads to Caribbean funk and African beats. It will be available on March 17.
Since the release of their debut album Illumination in 2013, Miami Horror has toured extensively across the globe showcasing their diverse mix of influences, whilst living between LA and their hometown of Melbourne. Along with other Australian acts including Cut Copy and Total Giovanni, Miami Horror have helped in the rebirth of disco creating their own brand of Aussie electronica that is recognized internationally and have become absolute staples on dance-floors worldwide.