If MGMT are the formalist pop guys then Dessert are the post-structuralists and avant-gardists, dialling down the immediacy of their hooks and rolling up the feeling.
The group have written a song that’s instantly loveable and so fiendishly addictive it’s like freebasing Max Martin tunes through an Ennio Morricone shaped pipe.
Even with just a single song to their name, Dessert can only be described as geniuses of the highest order.
In anticipation of DMA's debut album, ‘Hills End’, out later this month, Holly Warren threw a few questions at the thrilling new Australian trio's frontman, Tommy O'Dell.
There’s a heart-on-sleeve emotion behind the whole thing that gives ‘Delete’ all the qualifications to be the film-trailer song for an against-all-odds, ‘quirky girl, awkward guy’ romance. It’s the song that DMA’s will use to close their mainstage festival sets
Presenting a quintet of fresh tracks evenly executed by six-string and synth but unified by heavyweight intent. After all, ain't it time you gave your ears a January workout...