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Prove Me Wrong, the new single from Desperate Electric

out now

"As if plucked from the ether where Marvin Gaye meets Daft Punk for cocktails"

"'Prove Me Wrong' sees Desperate Electric continue to operate at the very highest level and do what they do best; lay down original pop music that sticks with you long after you hear it."

"Desperate Electric aren't just a band. They’re a vibe.

When band members Kayti Korte and Ben Morris get on stage, something comes over them. Pretty soon, it’s infecting the audience as well."  


--Jake Iverson, Billings Gazette

"Bringing back more of that bold and energetic electro-pop direction they have cultivated themselves, 'What Do You Want' makes for a brilliantly impactful listen. With their shimmering dual vocals layered against a fresh and upbeat aesthetic throughout, they are painting their reputation as one of the more alluring new names on the rise right now"

--The Real Ding

Fusing elements of funk, rock, soul, pop, and R&B, with cosmo-tronic production, they create a musical experience that’s both futuristic and nostalgic.

Moving the listener to dance, think, and reflect, they peer into their mirrors’ darkest corners, openly exploring who they are, what they’ve done, who they want to be, and how they need to change, grow, or evolve to get there.

--Matt Asaro, Blue World Blog

"Championing a fierce message of courage and openness, 'Stay' navigates the trou­bled waters of human experience, helping the listener deal with problems instead of running away from them. The lyrical value is framed into a pretty organic arrange­ment, focusing on drums, guitars and long soundscapes. Showcasing Desperate Elec­tric's ability to adapt to any musical venture, always retaining their signature hooky songwriting and mesmerising voices."

--Gabriel Mazza, We Are YMX 

"What do you want"? This track has it. A colourful mix of synth sounds that flirt with different genres. Soul, funk, R&B and rock, a surprising indie song with a catchy melody. You will be surprised and thrilled."


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