Friday, May 24, 2019

The Millennial Club's glitter ball romance wave of "MI" from their EP "She's So Insane"

The Millennial Club's track MI from their recently released EP "She's So Insane" conjures up young love, heartbreak, longing and glitter balls at a high school dance. There is something in the synth sounds that feel steeped in the new wave tones of the 80's, of soundtracks to a John Hughes film starring Molly Ringwald but there are 90's R & B grooves too and current tugs at the heart. It is not just a one note kind of song, it changes shape with an evocative piano break that feels so embracing and cinematic. When it falls back into the staccato rhythms and groove you really feel the 80's tones again. I love it. The song then shifts again with tender moments as Andres Owens' vocal performance gets even more intimate. This track breaks like a romantic wave, tender deep grooves and lovely revelations. 

You can stream the new EP "She's So Insane HERE.

Robb Donker


So-Cal based The Millennial Club is an indie pop and R&B outfit who at a very young age, have managed to blend dance-inspired 80’s pop, beat-driven 90’s R&B, and emotional love-centered lyricism to mold their unique Southern California sound. The group was formed when singer/guitarist Andres Owens was joined by bassist/keyboardist Jared Ortiz in late 2016, later adding guitarist/saxophonist Jake Stevenson and drummer Tyler Kamei. They find inspiration in a wide range of artists including Coldplay, Bombay Bicycle Club, St. Lucia, and The 1975. To date, the band has opened for Charlotte Lawrence and Katelyn Tarver and has played House of Blues Anaheim, The Satellite, The Study, FIESTAS Music & Arts Festival, and Summerlands Festival.

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