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Grids – Dots Invoke a Sense of Dreamy Escapism with their New Song ‘Pink Plaster Walls’


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The talented music group from Australia Grids & Dots brings a burst of refreshing creative energy and ethereal indie pop flavors in their new single ‘Pink Plaster Walls’.

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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Sydney, New South Wales Jun 19, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Creating a delicate fusion of indie pop with ethereal tones and expressive vocals, the Australian music group, with Daniel Handaru and Carmen Minikusas as visual designers, and Pat Hisshion on drums, Grids & Dots, has released their immersive new single ‘Pink Plaster Walls’. Amidst the interwoven layers of vivid imagery with a subtle yet unmistakable sense of identity, the song presents a passionate venture into a hypnotic realm of mellifluence and carries listeners along in its stream of melody. The reverb-soaked number takes the form of an enchanting shoegaze that presents the audience with warm and dreamy escapism, taking on the note of a timeless musical experience.

In ‘Pink Plaster Walls’ the band brings a convergence of chorus-like vocals ringing a higher octane juxtaposed with a mellow vibe and simple yet striking instrumentation, creating a contemplative zone of harmony and rhythms, powered by the strength of song-writing, leading to verses that resonate deep within the hearts of the listeners. These relatable and compelling reflections paired with the stimulating layers of synth create a blissful arena of dynamic sound design that transcends the confines of genre.

Aimed at capturing the sounds of their busy inner-city lives with snippets of melody and romance, the lead songwriter Daniel Handaru encapsulates the visual titbits of his life into a mix of fruit-salad poetry and unique observations about the everyday. Influenced by the harmonies of 80s synth-pop, detuned guitars, and shoegaze bands of the later decade, Grids & Dots are focused on balancing melody with a reverb-saturated impressionistic sense of the cities they live in, experimenting with the boundaries of indie pop. To check out more of their musical ventures, including songs like ‘Dishes and Days’ and ‘City Skies’, visit Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube. Follow the band on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for more updates.

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Pink Plaster Walls

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