Hot new track from the good fellows of Black Light Dinner Party. This track is taken from their forth-coming album, “Sons & Lovers”. Excellent outro on this track with a lovely arpeggio.
Black Light Dinner Party: I Was Right
NYC quartet Black Light Dinner Party have just announced plans to release their
debut album Sons & Lovers on September 24th, a release which has been
highly anticipated since the band burst onto the scene in the summer of 2011.
The band has also revealed their next single from the album, “I Was Right”.
Complete with BLDP’s trademark vintage synths and driving, searing bass,
“I Was Right” picks up right where summer anthems “We Are Golden”
and “Lift Away” left off.
Storming the internet in prolific fashion, Black Light Dinner Party
wowed listeners with glowing synthesizers, and elegant, cohesive songs.
A lack of information about the band’s identity lead to an uproar
from blogs and fans alike, with their first two releases hitting #1 and #2
on Hype Machine within days of being released, and an exponentially
growing online fanbase – “Their formula is so successful it leads us to thinking
that this is an experienced set of producers, and herein lies our speculation. Is
this a super-group, made up of people known to us in other guises? Is this the
real reason behind why they’re holding back their identities?” – The Recommender.
An Intimate sit down with Interview Magazine shed some light on BLDP’s
background, where the boys opened up about their approach,
the secrecy and what’s to come.
A handful of NYC guerilla style shows later saw BLDP rapidly become
synonymous with driving dance parties, while playing shows with Icona Pop,
St Lucia, Penguin Prison and Willy Moon all over the East Coast served
to boost their profile further. Comprised of singer Jack Côté, Zach Lipkins
on drums, Joel Friedman on keys and Dan Stevens on bass, the band
is amidst a big summer.
The Guardian UK
“The music…is so accomplished…it’s like a lost album by a huge 80s band,
touched up for the new century… they knew how to construct a
deceptively complex pop song” – The Guardian UK
“Black Light Dinner Party….turned into a full-on dance party and
gave away copies of their vinyl EP to the
pumped up crowd” – Brooklyn Vegan