Premiere: Enter the world of Glass Diamonds and their pysch-disco debut single, Lunar Dremes

Premiere: Enter the world of Glass Diamonds and their pysch-disco debut single, Lunar Dremes

From the ashes of Voltaire Twins, Glass Diamonds rises like a cosmic phoenix.

Emerging from a glittery synth cave after several months submerged in a deep disco dream, Glass Diamonds unveil their debut single, Lunar Dremes, and it is every bit the cosmic journey you would hope from a group that contains former Perth faves Voltaire Twins. Formed in a studio in Melbourne in late 2016, the group consists of producer Jaymes Brown, vocalist Tegan Thorogood (the former VTs), and bassist James Trewenack (of Dyslexic Fish fame). All three are Perth-to-Melbourners, but we won't hold it against them as long as the kind of swirling, psychedelic, electronic sounds of Lunar Dremes are what we can expect from their east coast amalgamation.

Coming in at a luxurious five-and-a-half minutes, press play and be transported to a world far far away, where the groove is good and the dreams are dancefloor-bound.

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