“I’m looking in the mirror for Real Life”
Since making their debut with the self-released single ‘Get Real (Can’t Touch Your Love)’, Anglo-French duo Loframes (London based musician James Yuill & Antibes producer Franck Russo) have firmly established themselves as ones to watch. Their stylish mix of synth-pop, deep house and nu-disco has won them a legion of fans amongst both DJs, public and press and led to a series of acclaimed remixes for the likes of Erasure, M83, Miami Horror and Keep Shelly In Athens amongst many others.
Now as the year draws to a close Franck and James are back with a new single. Originally written during Loframes’ first recording sessions, 'Real Life' has continued to mutate and evolve along with the band. Now built around a shimmering synth line and James’ vocals condensed into a repeated mantra-like call to wake up from the illusory world we’ve built for ourselves, ’Real Life’ has emerged from its chrysalis as a transcendent slice of looping, trance like disco.