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New release: Sheila And The Kit - Good Love Stories - RKKY WBR remix (single)

June 18, 2019

Alternative indie-dance band Sheila And The Kit make Irresistible dance music; an electronic, groovy flirt with 80's sounds, while retaining a modern feel.

 


Good Love Stories, the first song they ever wrote together, now got an RKKY WBR makeover. It's even more infectious, so are you ready for the summer? 


Edgy and energetic sound
Sheila and The Kit makes alternative synth pop. Catchy vocals combined with motoric synths and drums result in an edgy and energetic sound that’s designed to dance to. Sheila and the Kit started writing music with one important goal. It had to be music where they themselves would want to dance to, all night long. They locked themselves in their studio and soon the first concepts were created. “We’re not writing about misery and failures, but about things that kept us busy during our formative years. Love, awkwardness, clothes, books, hobbies, skating and 7-UP.”

Musical Candy Necklace
In collaboration with band members Chris Doyle and Ralf Pouw, these first concepts grew to become a musical candy necklace, which now, two years later, is ready to be shared with the world. The first material they presented was the singles ‘Good Love Stories’ (original version, with which the band became Dutch KX Radio Talent in 2018), ‘Next 2 U’ and ‘Home school Sweethearts’, the total count is now over 175.000 Spotify streams. Sheila and the Kit was part of Dutch showcase festival Popronde last fall, and rocked the stage on Saturday night at the internationally acclaimed festival Eurosonic-Noorderslag 2019.

 

Sheila and the Kit:Suzanne Kipping / RotterdamBo Koek / RoelofarendsveenChris Doyle / New YorkRalf Pouw / AmsterdamFollow Sheila And The Kit:
Good Love Stories - RKKY WBR remix is released on BERT music (a division of TCBYML) recomended by the #jjkaneallnewmusicshow

writer: Sheila And The Kit / ISRC: NL-C8O-19-00072

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