Following the release of their infectious track, ‘Glow Vision’ on the tail end of last year, Australian synth-pop duo Monarchy return with the equally groove-evoking, ‘Just Give Me Your Love’. The track is out via Warner Music and is the second single from their anticipated fourth album – out later this year.
Fusing jealousy and
illogical resentment, ‘Just Give Me Your Love’ is a vivid account of misplaced
romantic heartache. Written during an anxiety-ridden night Ra Black spent apart from his girlfriend, when irrational feelings culminated into
sleepless anguish. Directing his inner torment towards sparkling staccato
guitar lines and synth, ‘Just Give Me Your Love’ escapes tired melancholy
through well positioned buoyancy and rhythm. The track’s elevating bass and
choral arrangements pop with immediacy and passion, whilst Black’s imploring
vocals dance into infatuated oblivion.
Over the years, Ra Black & Andrew Armstrong AKA MONARCHY have become one of pop music’s most exciting duos with their own unique brand of euphoric synth-pop. Throughout their career, the London-based band have garnered numerous accolades and achievements including 3 LPs (Around the Sun in 2011, Abnocto in 2015 & Mid:Night in 2019), racking up millions of streams worldwide, performing headline shows in Berlin, Madrid, New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Seoul, Moscow (among many other places) and playing some of the biggest festivals around the globe including Coachella, Eurosonic, Lovebox, Pentaport, Mad Cool , Reading and Leeds.
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