Armada Named Sound have just released a video for their latest single, NY. The blend of female vocals and immersive electronic instrumentation are unique and distinctive from pop or EDM-charting music. The song pulls from the halcyon days of the late eighties and early nineties, all while promoting a current and contemporary sort of sound.
The narrative that is established during NY further increases the replay value of the track. While many artists are stuck in the early eighties, Armada Named Sound are able to refresh the style crafted by Mariah Carey, Paula Abdul, and Taylor Dayne into a sick track that will bounce around listeners’ heads long after the song has ceased to play. An additional point has to go to the band for some sick guitar solo-esque arrangements that are included in the final fourth of the cut.