Say Lou Lou have revealed their brand new single ‘Golden Child’, the second track taken from their forthcoming sophomore studio album ‘Immortelle’.
Having taken some time away following the success of their debut, the twins returned earlier this year with new material in the form of ‘ANA’, the lead single from ‘Immortelle’. ‘Golden Child’ similarly serves as a stunning reminder of the girl’s musical prowess, showcasing a refreshing new sound that references the old Hollywood golden era and 70’s West Coast with its prevalent guitar licks and crisp drum fills.
Written and recorded in an isolated recording studio in Beachwood Canyon in late 2017, ‘Golden Child’ is the result of an intimate creative process between the twin sisters and producers Trent Mazur and Dash Le Francis.
Exploring the themes behind the track, the girls explain their thinking behind the process:
‘Golden Child’ was created as an ode to our younger sisters – and to our younger selves in a way – explaining how tricky and confusing cultural/patriarchal structures can be in your self-discovery – so contradictory and hard to navigate.
Imploring them to free themselves from the invisible shackles of expected ideas of young womanhood and see the world and life that lie ahead of them ‘on the other side’ – kind of like an empowering lullaby.
Hailing from Sweden and Australia, Say Lou Lou consists of twin sisters Miranda and Elektra Kilbey. In 2015, the duo released their critically acclaimed debut album ‘Lucid Dreaming’, which featured wildly popular singles such as ‘Julian’, ‘Games For Girls’ and the dreamy ‘Nothing But A Heartbeat’.
New album ‘Immortelle’ offers fans their most personal insight into the girls’ psyche to date and finds them creatively pushing boundaries in a totally unique way. The results are a moody and sensual collections of songs with subtle nods to film noir and vintage James Bond scores, always intrinsically woven with the twins’ dreamy, ethereal vocals.
‘Immortelle’ is released globally on 21st September via á Deux/Cosmos Music.