Edinburgh-based quartet Redolent's latest single Dantercepies, out now via Aspartame.
“Dantercepies is is the name of a massive cable car,” lead singer Robin Herbert explains. “I used to get anxiety as a kid waiting in them, so the song is about that feeling building up into the release of adrenaline from skiing.” The single combines pulsating electronics with Herbert’s conversational vocal style and pounding drum beats to create something truly distinctive. Fans of the likes of early The Prodigy and Aphex Twin will feel at home here.
Redolent was formed in 2012. Since then, Robin (vocals, guitar, keys), Robbie White (bass, keys), Danny Herbert (guitar, keys) and Andrew Turnbull (drums) have been honing their craft and pride themselves on their DIY status. Everything down to their press shots and videos are entirely created themselves.
Redolent have already received support from the likes of BBC Radio Scotland’s Vic Galloway, as well as previously supporting We Were Promised Jetpacks and performing at Scotland’s acclaimed T In The Park and Belladrum festivals. Dantercepies is the first single to be taken from their debut EP Sgitheanach, which will be released later on in 2018.
With Dantercepies, Redolent hope to captivate listeners further with their unique blend of experimental rock.
Dantercepies is out now via Aspartame.