The British quartet LOYAL make catchy, almost anthemic, electronic-pop music. A lot of their songs have a positive and hopeful message. Like their last single “Reset in Color”:

“The song was inspired by the mass shooting in Orlando and the vote to leave Europe which happened weeks apart, it felt like ‘literally’ the colours of both the individual and the many were being undermined—as if unity and acceptance were things we were leaving behind. Metaphorically it feels like our own individual colours—our aura we project to the world by the way we feel, think, love and express—were now being dimmed.”

“As the song now airs it’s even more relevant with recent events in the UK and elsewhere. Although born out of despair this song is about finding hope, strength and unity in one another, no longer hiding from our uniqueness but rising with it and letting our colours burst into the light!”

But don’t mistake them for ‘yet another producer/duo kind of act’ (don’t get me wrong, they are definitely fun but can sometimes feel a bit restricted and don’t always translate well to a live setting).
LOYAL are a full band with a piano, guitars and gospel-like choruses frequently returning in their songs. We’re really curious how they perform on stage!

Let these songs convince you:






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