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Segue - Primary Ties

Segue - Primary Ties
Segue is an alternative pop project from Perth.

After a three-year run which saw the release of two self-produced EPs; support slots for Cate le Bon, Methyl Ethel, Dorsal Fins and Holy Holy; and a shipping-container set at Falls Festival, Segue spent the early part of 2018 as a quietly evolving force. The project has now re-emerged with a slightly altered name and a debut album due out on November 1st.

Written, recorded, and mixed across a number of houses, (mostly) over the long summer of 2017/18, Primary Ties is a 9-track alternative pop exploration. From atmospheric melancholy on Blood Reflections and Gloves Off, to Berlin-era Bowie on title track Primary Ties, and moments of lo-fi contemplation on Wake Up/Make Up and I Thought as Much, Segue's debut long-player is cerebral, catchy, and emotive.

About this track...

Primary Ties is the title track of Segue's debut album, drawing influence from Berlin era Bowie and LCD Soundsystem.

Other tracks by Segue: Growing Pains  -  I Thought as Much
Details
Number Of People In Act 5 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In WA
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Yokine
Taken From The Release Titled Primary Ties
Copyright Holder's Name Jeremy Segal
Media Servicing Date 2018-10-22
Main Genre Rock
Genre 2 Pop
Artist Official Web Site https://segue.bandcamp.com/
Artist Social Network Page https://www.facebook.com/segueperth
Online Store Page 1
Content Provider Amrap Unsigned