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Liimo release ‘Pineapple Radio’ (Just Kiddin Remix) today

Having released their debut single ‘Pineapple Radio’ in December through B-Unique Records, Edinburgh Natives Liimotoday (January 18th) release the Just Kiddin Remix of the single.

Listen here:
https://open.spotify.com/track/4vVYnRSv5pV3oKTzZcipGt?si=fH5AEN2ORC2QbkZjMGeV0g
https://liimo.lnk.to/pineappleradiormxPR

Watch the video here: – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o48nPkvn7n4

Speaking about the single, they say; “It’s one of the most honest tracks that we’ve written and we can’t wait to get it out there, the song is about withdrawing from the highs for a little dose of what really matters.”

The pop trio’s music revels in these complex times, as they provide aspirational anthems that’ll implore you to reconnect with the world around us a little better. With each song, Liimo create an intoxicating sound where sweet melodies rub shoulders with idyllic, dreamy lyrics.

It all starts with the name, says lead singer Kieran. “Liimo is an abbreviation of ‘little more’. The thread between our lyrics is that we aspire for a touch more of everything; a little bit more time, a little bit more money, a little more indulgence, a little more love. Sometimes these things aren’t the answer, but we’d sure like to try it out ourselves.” They dream of a better world and are now doing their best to will it into existence.

The band know each other from their native Edinburgh, with Kieran, CJ and Jamo all meeting as teenagers. They bounced about in different projects and got to know each other via the creative scene, but it was only when they started working together as Liimo a couple years after moving down to London that things clicked. “There’s an authenticity writing together because there’s a collective pool of memories to pick up on and pull influence from,” Kieran says. “our lyrics are about real life, being broke, love in a big city with the romanticism of warm nights far away.”

The group bonded over their mutual love of thoroughly modern pop stars. US R&B act Khalid, pop sensations Lany and Drake’s sultry protégé Majid Jordan remain touching points for where the group are headed musically, but the band’s meticulous nature and chasing of an identity runs deeper than their songs. “There needs to be a whole vibe and belief in what you’re doing but that spans more than music, it’s about the aesthetic, how you act, what you say, everything.” Have a browse at the band’s pastel-plastered social media channels and you’ll instantly get an idea of the vision that they’re chasing.

Why wouldn’t you want a little bit more? Liimo think you deserve it.

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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