Having formed in 2016, feelgood pop outfit Deco have spent the past years building their reputation as one of the country’s most exciting bop-makers. Having played to packed out crowds up and down the country, with sold-out UK headline tours and support slots, with the likes of Jess Glynne and Fickle Friends, their ascent shows no sign of slowing down.
New single, 'Dreamer' is a statement of intent. It's an earworm that will be rattling around and have you hooked from the first chorus. "It’s a reflection on adolescence and how we all like to ignore advice from our parents or anyone trying to help us to be better" comments vocalist, Max. "This song is that 'told you so' moment and the penny dropping, a light-hearted realisation of how this can sometimes come back to bite us."
The pair draw influence directly from 80's pop music stars, George Michael, Duran Duran and The Human League. "Making ourselves and other people feel good is what inspires us to make the music we do" state the band.
Deco are bold, vibrant, honest and to the point. Their easy-going approach and the ability to make pop music without taking themselves to seriously is their charm.
'Dreamer' was recorded in Kent with Callum Rafferty (producer & writer with Casey Lowry). It was mastered by legendary engineer John Davis at Metropolis studios (Dua Lipa, Foals, Everything Everything, FKA Twigs, Years & Years etc).