Even since before the release of their debut album, no one has been able to slow down The Orielles.
While playing bigger and bigger shows and making a real name for themselves, the band have been evolving, satiating their constant thirst for finding new inspiration and influence from music. It’s all fed into their cosmic and animated second record ‘Disco Volador’ and it’s lead single, the expansive ‘Come Down On Jupiter’.
The group confidently transcend all manner of genre to predominantly craft something that is unquestionably theirs. The slinky elasticated hooks and oscillating guitar that were central to their first record immediately return to the fore, but are emboldened by a commanding sense of consideration and control – an intrinsic, unspoken awareness of the atmosphere they are trying to illustrate.
Esme’s enigmatic and abstract lyricism escapes into the intangible narrative of space and time – widening the focus from day to day modernity for something bolder, more colourful and impressionable. The unified consciousness between the words and music is what makes this so substantial – an intelligent and infectious progression for the group.
Header Photo by Holly Fernando