La Bouquet get personal on ‘1990’

L.A. based trio La Bouquet deserve a spot on your radar. Their music sits in a sweet spot between alt-rock, post-punk and sad pop, crafting a sound unmistakably theirs, masterfully applying their small palette of sounds for a style so distinct it allows them to hop from one groove to another without forfeiting an ounce of their distinct flavour.

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Teasing with one final song ahead of their debut album, they have moved past their label issues and are now on a hot streak, having released the well-recieved titular single and video for the album Sad People Dancing. 1990 displays further breadth of their talents as a band, led by frontman Bryan Sammis’ honest and crooning vocal, they craft slow-burning, yet soaring and empowering anthem.

“…It was a hot day, I was hungover & I knew I wanted to work on something personal. I felt it was high time for something extremely introspective. Treating the writing session as therapy… The result is something that I am both deeply proud of & slightly nervous to release into the world. It is self-reflection without a filter. It is everything I’ve wanted to say. It’s who I am. I named the song ‘1990’ because that was the year I was born. I felt a song this personal deserved an equally personal title.”

 
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