Kicking off a special weekend of 24 artists Higher Plain Music has never shared with our readers before is Quasi Qui. The UK alt-pop duo have announced their debut album “Downloading A New Operating System” will be out in November. To mark the release, the brother and sister duo have released “10 Years”, their new single. It’s a groovy piano-laden alt-pop gem that is difficult to pigeonhole. There’s a strong scent of French adult pop to their songbook vibes. It feels rooted in traditional songwriting but with a newfound energy that a pop sensibility brings to an analogue songwriter style. The album itself is based on a story of a dystopian future – like many others. For Quasi Qui, the future sees the world split in half and the listener is given the choice of which half you want to ride on. This idea lends itself to playing around with lots of different genres and that’s expected on the album. From Synthpop to Sade to Frank Ocean to William Orbit, there are plenty of influences to make their sound global.
Enjoy the music video for “10 Years” below. The single is out now and you can pre-order the album “Downloading A New Operating System” too. For more info on Quasi Qui to suit up for their apocalypse pop, follow them on Instagram.
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