Single review: Nausica ‘Black & White’

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80s synth sounds are back in full force, you can’t deny, just accept it and enjoy the ride. German/Dutch quartet Nausica are the latest band to jump on this hot new trend and we think its bloody brilliant.

‘Black & White’ combines captivating electronic soundscapes with infectious jangly guitars and lead singer Edita Karkoschka‘s smooth, husky vocal to create a sound that feels both familiar and, at the same time, totally fresh. Fans of Bat For Lashes and Warpaint will feel at home here.

‘Black & White’ is out now via Knight Rider Records.

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