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London electronic-pop trio PLYA release new single ‘Feast My Eye’

Alternative-pop trio PLYA, have released their third single ‘Feast My Eye’. A gorgeously dark track, which blends dreamy-pop with electronica, it’s an epically euphoric, undulating three minutes of ecstasy.


‘Feast My Eye’ is PLYA’s third single and is being released via Atlantic Records’ singles label Taste & Tone, who have delivered tracks from MISSIO, LAYNE, Quinn XCII and others. It follows the infectious debut ‘Thinking Of You’ and ‘Adrenaline’.

PLYA (pronounced “ply-ah,” Spanish for “beach”) marry the sophistication and style of the London scene, where they’re based, with the exoticism of southern Europe, the allure of West Coast beaches and the glitter of Los Angeles, creating a sensual and captivating sound.

These multinational influences arise from the band’s vocalist Julia Sykes, who was recently awarded PRS’s Women Make Music Grant. Sykes’ eclectic upbringing took her from Mallorca to Morocco and back before relocating to the UK, where she met bandmates Kris Taylor (guitar) and William Brown (drums).

PLYA’s first show was a sold-out headline performance at London’s Camden Assembly last year and earlier this month they joined K.Flay, who is fresh off the Imagine Dragons tour, for a show at Bristol’s Thekla. They also played with R.LUM.R at London’s Birthday’s.

If you like London Grammar, The XX or James Blake, then check out PLYA.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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