Ruby Red – Superbloom (Review)

Formed in early 2018 by Daniel Laner and Fernando Fine, Ruby Red create a synth-pop soundscape that needs the silver screen. Produced, mixed and mastered by the duo themselves, ‘Superbloom’ firmly sits in the indie disco scene. Inspired by Brazilian disco, the groovy based track blossoms with comparisons to Tame Impala and even Toro Y Moi. With elements of euphoria and also vulnerability, the synth-pop gem may seem repetitive with it’s hook but my goodness, it’s their most memorable track yet. 

“Superbloom,” represents the burgeoning next step in a relationship, after it’s been established that there’s a mutual attraction. Beaming with personality, Ruby Red have always promised to bring their own flavouring to the music world and with this latest sound, the soundscape is simply out of this world. Armed with engaging lyrics and a whole lot of heart, the instrumentation and programmed samples that sits in the mix is breathtaking. Impressive songwriting and it seems like there’s more impressive work to come in the future for the two-piece. 

Score: 3/5


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