- 12 Jun 20
The playful track follows 'Quarantine #001', and aims to bring those energy levels back during the lockdown blues.
Electronic dance music trio Synthia Nixon have released their latest single 'Shelter In Place' today, a track layered with synthpop vocals and guitar solos.
The Dublin-based group are following up their previous single 'Quarantine #001' with an energetic dance track, written and recorded entirely in isolation.
Lockdown has seen an explosion in their productivity, with the band remaining relatively under the radar until now.
According to the trio, 'Shelter In Place' is lyrically set against the backdrop of a global pandemic.
"Our hero tries to resist the advances of a young, possibly chemically high young lady who is attempting to partner up for some 'Shelter In Place'. The whole shebang, home delivered pints and Joe Exotic; what a trip," they said in a statement.
“It starts with the name. Everything else grew from there,” Synthia Nixon said, when asked about their origin story and the actress who inspired the title.
"It just f--king works” says the bands front man and cartoonist Gaz. “It mixes the name of a key Sex and The City actor with our main instrument of choice. What’s not to like?”.
Gaz, Orin and Tiernan make up the colourful Synthia Nixon, with their Facebook page producing a litany of hilarious memes as a form of promotion.
The group definitely don't take themselves too seriously, and this carefree attitude weaves its way into their music. It's music for getting the energy back up and running at sessions.
Listen to 'Shelter In Place' below: