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Band & Musician News - Cult Blonde announces new single release 'Danger'

24 June 2022 - 0 Comments

Cult Blonde is thrilled to announce the release of their Single Danger, available everywhere June 24, 2022.

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The release of Danger arrives from New Zealand-born musician Nathan Seaver and Hawaii-born vocalist Emma Moore. The duo have branched off from their Psych-Rock band, Oceanspace, to create their feminist New Wave-inspired side project, Cult Blonde.

Everyone needs a bit of confidence in their life. Danger is about knowing what you want, what you don’t, and owning it. The song creates a feeling of femme expression and a bit of sass, with a musical blend of indie surf rock and new-wave/post-punk inspirations. Danger was created with a mixture of live instruments and synthesizers paired with vocals and ethereal samples.

True artists at heart, the two have taken a complete DIY approach to their music. The pair produced, mixed, and mastered each track out of their home studio in New Zealand. A visualiser for the track launches on July 8, 2022.



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