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We’ve been excited to share this huge new tune from Disco Shrine since we were afforded a serendipitous preview. The Los Angeles based pop starlet, also known for her DJing prowess and her crowd captivating stage performances, delves deeply into the personal on her aureate and luscious pop song Up In The Air. Slivers of retro synthpop and R&B pop vibes permeate the intoxicating ballad, giving us a nostalgic whiff of early Chairlift and even some Kate Bush in the process, alongside Up In The Air’s Say Lou Lou fluorescence and Shura plushness. Disco Shrine, or LA native Jessica Delijani, has crafted a ravishing single that’s very special to her. It’s about her parents immigrating to America after escaping the Iranian Revolution, and the struggles they encountered in order to start a new life here. The inspiring story behind Up In The Air is more than relevant in a day and time when our nation is struggling to cope with hate, exclusion, and pessimism. You can take this honeyed glowing, synth churning beauty for a spin via Spotify too, here.

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