LA pop duo Signals showcase “Move It” from their debut EP.
Los Angeles pop duo Signals released their self-titled EP on March 22nd. The entire 4-song EP features infectious melodies, highly danceable rhythm sections, and densely layered synthesizers, with respectful nods to influential pop music from the 1980’s, while still showcasing slick, precisely crafted modern-sounding productions.
“Move It” is a retro-inspired track from that EP. It features prominent synthesizers, steady drum machines, and soaring, multi-layered vocals. The comically sensual lyrics tell a story about a couple that want to escape being in public so they can perform a variety of sexual activities.
The synth-driven lead single from the EP, “In The Middle Of The Night”, features pounding drums, soaring sing-along vocals, and melodic electric guitars before refraining to a stadium-anthem final chorus.
Signals are composed of Brendan Byrnes and Ian Vargo, both multi-instrumentalists who studied at The Berklee College of Music before ultimately moving to Los Angeles, where they’ve spent most of the last decade recording, mixing and producing many major label and independent artists, while also composing music for films and nationally-running advertisements.
Signals were recently voted Artist of the Month by The Deli Magazine LA. “In The Middle Of The Night” is currently featured in a remix contest sponsored by iZotope and FabFilter, makers of award-winning music production software. Participants will be remixing the song, and the band will be choosing the top three submissions.
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