Single Review: Kid Cupid – ‘Easy’

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Starting off with whirring, glitchy beats,  Kid Cupid’s ‘Easy’ soon builds to a euphoric, sweeping slice of electro-pop.

London-based Kid Cupid are no newcomers to the scene, with past releases ‘Siren’ and ‘Blue Moon’ gaining attention from the likes of BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio, but ‘Easy’ cements them as true pioneers of their craft.

Fusing together the rich, soaring vocals of Laura Shaw with layers of electronics interwoven with tribal beats and shimmering hooks, it’s an utterly infectious and instantly addictive treat for the ears.

‘Easy’ is out now, and we cannot wait to hear more from this innovative group of musicians.

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