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Miami Horror Releases New Track…And New Album?

Miami Horror

It’s been a while, but thank god they are back! Miami Horror, are back with their most recently released new single ‘Real Slow‘, as well as featuring a fresh off the presses new video.

The video shows a vase of white flowers, a naked woman eating fruit loops in a bath, some time by the pool and delicious cocktails. What the hell it means, we still have no idea, but it’s too cool to ignore.

The song is set to be the first of a number of songs from the Aussie group, with rumours of a new album coming to the fore.

According to producer Benjamin Plant, Real Slow sees the band take a realistic approach to songwriting, something that might come in newer tracks.

“I’ve never been a huge fan of listening to songs about love, no matter how painful or joyous they are, they can seem mediocre, but once you have those experiences for yourself then suddenly, all those songs make sense and become something you can really feel.”

Following the release of the song, the group has also released three remixes of the song, enlisting the help of L.A producer Plastic Plates, Sydney’s LDRU and Ballarat five-piece Gold Fields, to help beef up the song’s dance creditability.

Furthermore, Miami Horror will return to the stage in December to play in some festivals and one-off shows for the first time since 2011. No doubting that they will be showcasing some of their newest beats.

For a full list of shows, check our their Facebook page: Miami Horror Tour Dates

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