Dutch Criminal Record share rhythmic single ‘Vinnetrow Road’

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South coast outfit Dutch Criminal Record return again this year with a new rhythmic alt pop single ‘Vinnetrow Road’.

Infections and charismatic in equal measure, the indie quartet are one of the most exciting bands to keep an eye on. They’ve spent the best part of 2019 recording music including singles ‘Fade Away‘ and ‘Graduate‘.

Drawing inspiration from the likes of Mac Demarco and Twin Peaks, the new single creates a paradox between dreamy, romantic pop music and an arresting evocation of modern life. It lovingly channels the 1980’s, perfectly combining retro synths and cracking guitar riffs.

On the single, the band added: “Vinnetrow Road is an 80’s-inspired alternative Pop song that lyrically bemoans stress caused by social media usage citing Vinnetrow Road, where we practice as a band, as a safe haven.”

Riordan Hanan, Joe Delaney-Stone, Sam Thrussell and Joe Frampton have produced their best and anthemic single to date. Check it out below and leave behind an ICM Rating out of 10.

November 30th – The Finsbury, London. Free entry.

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  • Anthemic guitars

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Drawing inspiration from the likes of Mac Demarco and Twin Peaks, 'Vinnetrow Road' creates a paradox between dreamy, romantic pop music and an arresting evocation of modern life. It lovingly channels the 1980’s, perfectly combining retro synths and cracking guitar riffs.
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