Inhabiting a cinematic world inspired by 60s girl groups, standards, and soul, Brooklyn-based artist Deidre Muro has fleshed out a concurrently classic and modern aural and visual aesthetic as Deidre & The Dark. Her vignette-like songs use nostalgic and modern influences to paint vivid portraits of leading ladies, from her retro-girl theme song “Classic Girl” to empowering anthem “Boss Lady.”
Now, Deidre & The Dark are sharing their latest single, “Come On,” out now via YouTooCanWoo. The track finds our heroine relishing in an all-encompassing, daydream technicolor love affair as her playful vocals ride atop a rhythm and horns-led burner. Listen here.
Having started Deidre & the Dark as a creative side project during her time as founding member & front-woman of Brooklyn band Savoir Adore, Deidre delicately balances farcical-fun and drama. Her theatrical performances have been showcased at her Brooklyn-based curated event series, as well as shows with the likes of Alex Winston, X Ambassadors, Gin Wigmore, and Joywave.
Recently, Deidre & The Dark’s “Boss Lady” was used for a music video in Fusion’s Shade: Queens of NYC, as well as placed in MTV’s Undressed and BET’s Being Mary Jane.
Look for “Come On” out now and be sure to follow Deidre & The Dark on any of their social channels detailed below.