New Music: Lilac – Touch

Reading-based indie pop trio Lilac first came to our attention in the Summer of last year thanks to their track Losing Myself (In You). At the time I described it as a “beautiful banger” and was excited to share some more of their music. Now I can courtesy of their latest single, Touch.

By Graeme Smith

Lilac’s latest shows a grittier side of the band’s sound without losing the “floral indie disco” that we love about them. The vocals are compellingly pleading right from its stripped-back intro. Rumbling bass comes in during the first verse before we arrive at a floating, anthemic chorus.

Touch was written by vocalist Beth and guitarist Lewis. It was recorded at Liverpool’s The Motor Museum with Ben Harper on mixing and production, who has previously worked with The Mysterines, The Luka State and The Sherlocks. Mastering was by Two Zero Nine Mastering. You can give the single a listen below.

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