Lye Marlow returns with the latest instalment of her dark and trippy electro-pop catalogue: the eclectic new single ‘Curly Fries’. Bringing a kaleidoscope of spacey electronic melodies and fuzzy basslines, Lye ties the many elements of the track together with her sugary sweet vocals. Listeners won’t know what to expect next from this track, with its playful, grungy energy drawing comparisons to the likes of Billie Eilish, FKA Twigs and Grimes. This Brooklyn based producer has huge potential to be a star of the future.
Revealing more about her new single, Lye said: “Curly Fries is a grungy pop song about indulging in reckless whims, and putting all consequences on indefinite hold. It’s inspired by the ephemeral blur of a night out with the perfect company - the kind of night where eating curly fries with Irish coffees in a diner at 4am isn’t the nightcap as much as watching the sunrise over a completely empty Times Square. The track started as an experiment in sound design, and I had as much fun producing it as I did finding the inspiration for it. I hope it shows!”