London-based electronically fused pop artist Lecaudé has just released his second single of 2016, ‘Powder Blue’. If you’re a fan of Alt-J, London Grammar, AlunaGeorge and Glass Animals then this could be right up your street!
‘Blue Powder’ comes from the upcoming EP, ‘Circles’, which is due for release on 3rd June. This follows on from the highly successful release of the eponymous lead single ‘Circles’ in February, which was greeted by mass plaudits from the blogosphere.
Lecaudé is the self-titled solo project of producer, songwriter, and singer Jack Durtnall, playing a blend of lyrically-driven electronic pop and soul. Lecaudé has already been acclaimed as Radio 1 BBC introducing Track of The Week in 2014 as he was previously the driving creative force behind pop duo Little Shoes Big Voice. According to Lecaudé ‘Powder Blue’ is “a multi-sensory raising of sex to the pedestal of art. I wanted it to be the sonic version of making your own DIY Yves Klein painting at home.”
2016 sees him break out on his own, once again showcasing his infectiously catchy pop melodies, only this time round with himself taking on the lead vocals. This new single sees Lecaudé continue to work with long time co-producer and mixer Fred Prest.