Kings Cliffe, England is a sleepy civil parish just hours North of London. However, from within the confines of the quiet town’s unruffled essence come synth-pop quartet Fenech-Soler, whose dreamy melodies and throbbing rhythms were conceived, hidden away within the depths of a bedroom studio – but not for long.
Producing highly polished gems of fantasy pop, Fenech-Soler are unlikely purveyors of crowd trembling electro-funk. Already receiving accolades from the best of the best, including Alan Braxe who approached the band to release their debut single “Cult of Romance” on his very own Vulture Label in June, November saw the Kings Cliffe quartet release “Lies” on Moda Music in the UK – a dynamic dance hit with crushing bass and synth lines that won them plays from luminaries such as Annie Mac, Pete Tong and Eddie Temple Morris, as well as collaborations with Alex Metric and Tom Staar for an exciting string of remixes.
And the madness doesn’t stop there – London’s very own electro-duo extraordinaire Groove Armada featured Fenech-Soler on their newest track, “Paper Romance” debuted last week on Zane Lowe’s BBC 1 Radio Program – synth-heavy dance anthem that will warm our way well into the Spring. Listen Here.
Keep watch for our favorite new ones to watch, Fenech-Soler with upcoming U.S. tour dates and news announcements coming soon.