Not a trick and very much a treat, electronic/instrumental two-piece, Luo release their new single, ‘Septa’ on 1st November, but you get to hear it here a day early. It’s named after the Critteri & Guitari ‘Septavox’ synth that was used to create the track’s main synth motif. Check out the glitchy, dark, driving ambience that underlines the direction in which the band is going right now and make it the soundtrack to your dark autumnal evenings.

Luo have also created a music video for ‘Septa’, which you can see from 4th November, with the collaboration of visual artists, Josh Harrison & Callum Round. The video is inspired by corrupted, broken VHS tapes, hokey green-screen music videos of the 80s/90s and video games from the 16 and 32-bit eras, in order to reflect the project’s design ethos and current creative goal of merging the old with the new. You’ll start wondering whether the clocks went back much more than an hour last Saturday night…

‘Septa’ will be available from Bandcamp, Spotify, Tidal and Apple Music on
1st November.

Listen to ‘Septa’ here:

See Luo live in November:

07/11 – London, The Waiting Room (with Inwards)
20/11 – Canterbury, UCA Bar (with Inwards)
22/11 – Brighton, Green Door Store (with Inwards)
28/11 – Leeds, Wharf Chambers (with Voronoi / Pave)