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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


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Image: Karen Ishiguro

New Zealand-based indie/alt outfit Daffodils are back with their new single, House Across The Street. Bringing their signature introspective and reflective lyricism, the textural track is built upon 80s new wave inspired sonics.

Speaking of the track, band member Theo Spike Salmon shares: “I originally wrote House Across The Street as a song to help me work on my understanding of how difficult it is to come to terms with people moving on, and being so close to them but so far away at the same time”.

The musical project of Isaac Keating, Jade Bryham, Louis Graham and Salmon, the four-piece met when each band member attended The 1975's concert in 2016. Since then, the group have shared a string of singles and their debut EP, Boys. They've supported the likes of Foals and Orville Peck, and performed at festivals including Laneway Festival, NestFest and Rhythm & Vines. Daffodils are currently working on their sophomore EP.

House Across The Street is out now!


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