Today Chromatics are sharing their new single “TOY”, which is out now via Italians Do It Better: http://smarturl.it/toychromatics
The new single follows the release of Chromatics’ LP ‘Closer To Grey’ last year. Italians Do It Better released a deluxe edition of the album this week, which you can stream here: https://spoti.fi/2RlBThm
Chromatics release their seventh studio album ‘Closer To Grey’ today via Italians Do It Better.
Listen here: http://hyperurl.co/closetogrey
Kraków Loves Adana are a Hamburg-based duo of Deniz Çiçek and her partner Robert Heitmann. Having recently just signed to Italians Do It Better (Chromatics, Desire, Glass Candy), the band are sharing their new single “Follow The Voice” online now.
Kraków Loves Adana formed in 2006 after eyeing each other for months at the same nightclubs in Germany. The group’s guitar-driven electronic ballads echo dream pop with a melancholic edge.
On “Follow The Voice” Johnny Jewel produces the band’s debut single for Italians Do It Better. Deniz Çiçek’s exposed, haunting vocal melodies crash against vivid synthesizers & heavy rhythms to create something unforgettable. Complimenting the sonic landscape of Italians Do It Better staples like Chromatics & Desire, Kraków Loves Adana will be in direct support of Chromatics & Desire on stage for the European leg of the Double Exposure World tour.
The video is directed by the band themselves in Hamburg. Through hypnosis by pendulum, Deniz Çiçek falls into a trance like state – led by a voice, guiding her through a domain that exists just below the threshold of consciousness.
A newly discovered star shining in the Italians Do It Better solar system. They are currently in the studio preparing their forthcoming full length with Johnny Jewel out early next year.
Orion brings Cybernetic Noir to the Italians Do It Better family on their debut single “Time For Crime”. Recorded in a bedroom in Rhode Island & mixed by label head Johnny Jewel, Time For Crime is our first glimpse into Orion’s upcoming LP on Italians Do It Better. Inspired by Cyberpunk & Giallo films, the group explores their love of analog synthesis & Italo Disco through the lens of a Dystopian Fantasia.