Mauritia release new indie pop single ‘Better Together’

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Vibrant alt-pop group Mauritia announced the release of their sixth studio single ‘Better Together’, packed with big hooks and soaring riffs.

The Hull-based five-piece have produced a charmingly playful love song with all the flavours of an indie classic. The track is the perfect blend of catchy melodies, big vocals, instrumentals, and some crunchy synths thrown in for good measure.

Drawing influence from the likes of Coin, Two Door Cinema Club and Foals, Mauritia have quickly forged their own style and glow with likability. To celebrate the had a headline show at The Polar Bear in their hometown last month, with support from Jumanji and The Avenues.

Armed with chiming guitars and firmly rooted pop authority, northern alt-pop quintet Mauritia demands attention, captivating the hearts of all those who listen. Through powerful vocals and seductive rhythms, they paint vivid scenes of wild nights and urban romance on their ever-growing canvas. The band’s unorthodox approach to production and creativity oozes charm and allows them to stand apart from the rest.

Already having the opportunity to play alongside the likes of Eliza and the Bear, Clean Cut Kid and Saint Raymond, the pop quintet demand attention with their catchy tracks and energetic stage presence.

The band boast a likeability that will see them go far. Have a listen below and leave an ICM Rating out of 10.

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  • Great all-rounded pop track
  • Very addictive

Summary

The Hull-based five-piece have produced a charmingly playful love song with all the flavours of an indie classic. The track is the perfect blend of catchy melodies, big vocals, instrumentals, and some crunchy synths thrown in for good measure.
8.5

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