Savoy Offer Up Retro Vibes On New Single "Living Color" With Fatherdude
Live electronic trio Savoy have released their latest single "Living Color" this week, enlisting Fatherdude to provide some catchy vocals. On the new tune, the group reference disco circa 1979-80, arriving at a production that blends retro vibes with the energy of modern dance music.
Over the course of five minutes, Savoy craft a dreamy dancefloor backdrop on "Living Color," providing a foundation that allows Fatherdude's soulful tenor to soar. Pristine electric piano tones and swanky guitar riffs offer up a blast from the past, while a plucky electro bassline and shuffling drum loops craft a kinetic rhythm section. As the song comes to a close, layers of drifting loops and celestial melodies transport the listener into a state of sonic bliss.
Savoy and Fatherdude prove to be a winning combination on
"Living Color," with the latter's vocals helping to cement the feel good
nature of the tune. The old school elements offset the dancefloor sheen
of the production in just the right way, making for a memorable outing
with a standout sound.
Connor Jones is a writer and music fan based in Portland, Oregon.