The Pink Diamond Revue – Miss Lonely Hearts

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Carrying a sense of cinematic and provocative drama with every compelling note and rhythmic pulse, the new single from British electro psych rockers The Pink Diamond Revue, is pure aural theatre. Miss Lonely Hearts offers a dark seduction as mischievously flirtatious as it is ominously intriguing. It is a slice of noir lit, fifties and sixties scented suggestiveness, and quite irresistible.

Equally there is a garage rock ‘n’ roll/punkiness to the song, an underlying confrontational edge which adds to the imagery and dramatic sonic painting spun by guitarist Tim Lane and drummer Robert Courtman-Stock. Uniting behind Acid Dol, “a model from another dimension”, the duo entangles modern beats and imaginative devilry with riffs, samples, and vocal harmonies lured from those previously mentioned decades. As Miss Lonely Hearts reveals, it is a combination which simply infects body and imagination

Since uniting, The Pink Diamond Revue has become a magnet on the live scene, infecting venues and festivals to increasing acclaim with their addictively invasive and compelling sound. Alone Miss Lonely Hearts suggests why, the track immediately swamping ears with magnetic yet challenging rhythms as electronics and especially the wiry grooves of Lane wind around ears and imagination. Dark and alluring, inviting and evocatively temperamental, the track is organic rock ‘n’ roll at its most enthralling and in turn rousing.

As melodies seduce, beats lure, and samples conjure, the track additionally courts essences of bands such as Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Calling All Astronauts, and The Avalanches but swiftly weaves its own identity in bold and tempting sound amid aural mystery.

The Pink Diamond Revue takes the listener on an adventure of clandestine intrigue and shadow clad revelry with Miss Lonely Hearts, and boy is it fun.

Miss Lonely Hearts is available now.

Upcoming Live Dates:

August 6th Glastonbelly Salisbury

August 7th Roadkill Camden

August 20th Some Weird Sin Brixton Windmill

September 4th Purple Turtle Reading

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Pete RingMaster 03/08/2016

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