80s-inspired pop outfit Deco have spent the last year cementing their status within the UK’s emerging indie pop elite.
Having played to packed out crowds up and down the country, Deco have just dropped latest single ‘I Don’t Wanna Go Out’ to kick off what is set to be a huge year for them. With main stage festival slots and huge headline shows on the horizon, Deco’s ascent shows no sign of slowing down.
Deco's debut EP, 'Real Life', is out now, and is their masterclass in how to write a pop record for the modern age. 'Real Life' is an almalgamation of all the bands the duo have grown up listening to - ranging from Duran Duran to George Michael, and more contemporary bands like Friendly Fires and Metronomy. Speaking about the EP, lead singer Max Kendall said: "It kind of feels like everything we've been working on, on stage and in the studio, has led to this moment. Our music is all about making people happy, so we decided to bring the release of this EP forward to give our fans, and hopefully new listeners, some joy in their lives".