The Swiss five-piece released a 70s-infused track with an 80s-inspired video, intertwining nostalgia with something contemporary.

Sirens of Lesbos, a five-person band, has unveiled their new track, “Run Run Run”. The third single off of their sophomore album, Peace, it is a modern take on classic 70s-infused American rock. A full, cohesive soundscape of uptempo drums and funky basslines, the single is a sonic masterpiece that will have you on your feet. Evoking a sense of youthful innocence and optimism, it epitomises the group’s mastery in smooth hip-hop and psychedelic funk as the multi-faceted artists behind Sirens of Lesbos complement one another’s unique skill sets.

With sisters Jasmina and Nabyla Serag on vocals, Melvyn Buss and Arci Friede on production, and Denise Häberli working on art direction, the group reflects a medley of expertise and backgrounds. Together, they create something one-of-a-kind, dynamic, and infectious.

Out now, “Run Run Run” is brought to life visually through an old school, retro-inspired music video. Shot as a recreation of a typical 80s TV performance, it exemplifies the nostalgic sound of the track. Incredibly smart and clever as well as artistic, it is a fresh take and example of what Sirens of Lesbos is all about.

Peace will be released in September, and Sirens of Lesbos is scheduled for a headline show at Jazz Cafe on October 20.

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