Electro Pop Quartet Joy Atlas Reveal Latest Track ‘Notice It All’ here
Single Officially Released On 27th November
Following hot on the heels of their debut single ‘Dismount’ which tickled the fancy of pop fans and tastemakers alike, including BBC 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq; ‘Notice It All’ is a beaming proclamation of a band who have quickly become adept at making unexpected pop moments and is resplendent with melodic hooks, fresh lyrical finery, and glitch electronica.
Like a slap of colour from the north, Joy Atlas continue to offer radiant, angular pop music that owes as much of a debt to gritty American R&B as it does to sunny Scando-Pop. Their soaring, synth-laden sound, paired with the resonant impact of Beccy Owen’s voice, glides above a chiming, staggering backdrop of bleak-beats, deep bass, horn-riffs and synthy dreaminess.
Here is a band that are keen to have the listener bask in a crescendo of unforgettably expansive pop-nobility and as the mother of melodic ceremonies, Beccy’s distinctive voice cuts through with a playful accented vocal. All in all, the song creates a winning balance of experimental whimsy and solid pop magic.
This is an emotionally complex, sleek-and-unique sound that rivals the likes of Robyn, Goldfrapp, Imogen Heap and Bjork on a particularly chorus-led day.
The members of Joy Atlas have been championed by NME, BBC 6, Introducing, Radio 3, Radio 4 and The Culture Show. They’ve shared stages with the likes of John Grant, Maximo Park, Elvis Costello, Portico and The Unthanks, and their second single is a prime example of a band distilling their array of influences into a singular, exciting new sound.