A beautiful cross between the experimental folk styles of Alt-J, and the whimsical pop of Tune Yards; Bells Atlas latest single Sugar for the Queen is charming and worldly.
Describing their sound as a cross between “Kalediosonic soul punch, afro-soul and rhythm pop-sicles” Bells Atlas provide a perfect middle for fans of the ever growing indie-worldly genre who aren’t quite ready for the work of this genre’s most bizarre artists. The afro-soul style that Bells Atlas have self-referred is their strongest component on Bells Atlas. While only minute in sound, the groove and tones set from the afro-soul style clearly communicate elements of ambiguous style, that create an almost ‘new’ feel to funk music, a true moment of serendipity.
Bells Atlas’s EP, Hyperlust is out today, so we strongly recommend checking it out (we’ll drop a link below)