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Miami Horror


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    Leila - Poolside Remix - Poolside
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    I Look To You (feat. Kimbra) - Kimbra
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    Real Slow (feat. Sarah Chernoff) - Sarah Chernoff
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    Holidays (feat. Alan Palomo) - Alan Palomo
Ten years after the internationally success of their debut album, Illumination, which put them on the map, Miami Horror has returned with a fresh collaborative sound.
Their 2019 singles Restless and Luv Is Not Enough feat Clear Mortifee bring us a combination of dreamy lo-fi funk guitar, mixed with 70’s era drums, and a soulful vocal. The release of these songs comes along with an announcement of a third full length album in the works, one that sees the band return to closer to the original theme of their beginnings. When asked about the upcoming album, Miami Horror's Benjamin Plant said, "I’m feeling like things have come full circle, a friend recently played Illumination to me, it was the second time I've heard it in full since it came out. It was a really grounding moment for me that allowed me to appreciate what I saw in music back then. It’s an experience, a really tangible but unexplainable feeling. I’m really hoping to bring that spirit and sense of adventure back on our 3rd album”.
Miami Horror have proved crowd favorites with high energy performances at festivals like Coachella, Governors Ball, Electric Forest, Laneway, Splendour in the Grass, Corona Capital Festival and more.
Living between LA and their hometown of Melbourne, the project has grown from this dichotomy, continuing to evolve and transform. Going forward, we can expect a continuously evolving group of vocalists experimenting with new sounds and voices.


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