The Big Pink are eccentric late-twenty-something East Londoner’s and are set to release their newest album, A Brief History of Love, this September. The duo are energetic and are embracing their inner pop musician and birthing their sound to introduce their latest record. Get ready for an exciting exuberance of electro-rock.
“I mean, every band wants to be popular, or at least 99 per cent of them want to be. I think we wanted to be popular, but we didn’t want to be pop music, if you see what I mean,” Milo Cordell, one half of the Big Pink duo tells The Quietus.
No stranger to pop sounds, Cordell’s dad is famed ‘60’s pop producer Denny Cordell, but beyond pop pedigree, this duo is worth their salt. The second half of The Big Pink is Cordell’s life long friend Robbie Furze.
Redefining the Shoreditch hipster, The Big Pink suck up cool and exhale genius. Mighty tracks of bleeding guitars, synthesizer sounds drizzling with melody and sultry voices delivering entrancing hooks will have you rushing out to their European gigs or upcoming North American tour.
– Lauren Shirreffs