Modern Native shares indie pop single ‘Telly’

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Releasing music at lightening pace, London musician Modern Native drops ‘Telly’ as his latest indie pop banger.

First discovered in March with the release of debut single ‘Never Know’, the nostalgia driven pop is exuberant and progressive 80s pop produced by Dom Scialo sees himself take a focused approach to creating music.

He found himself working with an increasing amount of writers and musicians but decided to break away as it wasn’t becoming much of a ‘solo’ project.

This time, ‘Telly’ sees Dom venture down the techno-friendly path. With an electric keys sound but at the same time, he is keeping in line with his soft guitar flicks and blissful vocals.

From writing/producing in the back of his parent’s garden to graduating university and the prompt release of ‘Never Know’ Dom quickly cemented himself within the genre.

Bringing together inspiration from Prince, Stevie Wonder and Tears For Fears, mixed with the likes of Fickle Friends and The 1975, the name Modern Native is one to keep an eye on.

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This time, 'Telly' sees Modern Native venture down the techno-friendly path. With an electric keys sound but at the same time, he is keeping in line with his soft guitar flicks and blissful vocals. 
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