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Indigo Face Release “A Rose is a Rose”

London 4-piece Indigo Face have made steadily their mark on the live music circuit with their unique sound, drawing influence from the likes of pop, funk, EDM and synth pop. Born out of late night jam sessions, conversations about parallel universes and a wealth of experience gigging on the London pop scene, Mary, Max, Ray and Andrea are pioneering their own approach to modern pop music. With members from Italy, France and Switzerland, the band are passionately eclectic in their sound, bringing numerous influences and soundscapes to their nuanced, indie-pop sound.

The band have gone from strength to strength over the last 12 months, recently winning the ‘1MEurope’ competition, as well as performing at the prestigious Primo Maggio Festival in Rome in front of 65,000 music lovers. Citing the likes of Bjork, Annie Lennox and Bon Iver as some of their biggest influences, Indigo Face bring an emphatic energy to the scene, capturing the imagination at their live shows all over Europe.

On October 12th, the group are set to launch their new single A Rose Is A Rose. Existing in an refreshingly organic atmosphere, the track is a soaring indie pop triumph that slowly burns with emotion and builds towards a immersive crescendo of synergistic artistry.

Speaking on A Rose is a Rose, Indigo Face share:

“The song tackles the difficulties of the LGBTQ+ community and challenges society’s view of gender and sexual identity. The song is a celebration of everyone’s uniqueness.”


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