Stitch is a fresh and vivacious London based trio creating energetic, hedonistic, sexed-up electronica. It’s intoxicating stuff that’ll make you want to run for the dance floor and once there let all your inhibitions fly out of the window. Since appearing at Pride in London there has been lots of excitement building about the band, most recently they have been longlisted for the Unsigned Music Awards Best Electronic Act of 2018 and “Welcome To The Dream” debut EP launch is just days away.
This infectious trio proves instantly they are not, your average band. The catchy harmony-filled tunes are organic, with imperial grooves, that melt seamlessly, finishing as sublimely arranged work. The addition of brass accompaniment help to give the music a royally, majestic feel and a sense of cinematic epicness. The tracks “Goodbye Highline” and “Not One To Say” from the “Welcome To The Dream” EP has a similar relation, to the styles of bands like Clean Bandit and London Grammar. Notably, regarding the latter, Stitch vocalist Nikita has a similar smokey, soul-stirring command, akin to London Grammar’s Hannah Reid.
The build to “Welcome To The Dream” EP release is now on and taking us to the March 30th launch gig at Zigfrid von Underbelly, Hoxton “Champagne” is the trio’s most, sonically decorated track to date. A track which exudes an ebullient cool with a spellbinding hit of dance floor wonder, the band take us on a bold odyssey. While the video offers a deeper and more, instantly revealing insight into the evocative themes of the new single. With “Welcome To The Dream” Stitch has made an EP which sees them join a rich lineage of songwriting and self-producing artists with stunning collections of pop songs full of strange magic.
A proper no messing about, electronic pop band.