Ahead of performances at Reading and Leeds Festivals this weekend, Indiana is pleased to preview another new track from her forthcoming debut album NO ROMEO with 'Shadow Flash', premiered via i-D. An ethereal, sci-tinged ballad riding on a trap-inflicted beat with a soaring falsetto chorus, 'Shadow Flash' is another enticing glimmer of the intelligent and adventurous pop to be found on the full length.
Indiana will be performing Friday at Reading and Saturday at Leeds at the BBC Radio 1 Dance Stage between 3pm-3.30pm. She will then headline Popjustice's Deluxe Edition night on September 27 at the Edition Hotel.
October-November will see Indiana embarking on a headline UK tour, taking in the major cities armed with a new arsenal of material from her upcoming debut album, reaching London's XOYO on November 4th . See full live dates below.
Meanwhile Indiana's latest single 'Heart On Fire' continues to gather momentum ahead of its release August 24th, stepping up to the B-list on BBC Radio 1. The track comes is complimented with remixes from Bobby Tank, Grum and IYES.
The 13 tracks on No Romeo explore a captivating spectrum of styles and moods, remaining distinctly individualistic and true to Indiana's idiosyncratic vision throughout.
Sparkling Scandinavian dance pop ('Heart On Fire', 'Solo Dancing') spellbinding future-addled lullabies ('Shadow Flash', 'New Heart'), visceral, crashing crescendos ('Never Born', 'Mess Around'), slinky future r&b ('Bound', 'Jack') and majestically arching ballads ('Blind As I Am', 'Only The Lonely') coalesce seamlessly in Indian's imaginative and exotic world to form one of this years most compelling and addictive alternative pop propositions.
Indiana Live Dates:
23/08 - Reading Festival
24/08 - Leeds Festival
27/08 - Popjustice Deluxe Edition @ The Edition Hotel, London
4-6/09 - Bestival, Isle Of Wight
30/10 King Tuts, Glasgow
31/10 Plug, Sheffield
01/11 Temple, Birmingham
02/11 Deaf Institute, Manchester
04/11 XOYO, London
05/11 Thekla, Bristol
06/11 The Haunt, Brighton
07/11 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
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