Costa Rican synth band Patterns announce their latest single 'Sunny Days' with a Fred Falke remix on the B side, out September 1st. The track is a shimmering slice of pop for the Summer, where bassy disco notes mix with lead singer Michelle's soulful soaring vocal. Sunny Days was recorded at Pattern's own studio in San Jos', Costa Rica and produced by the band themselves.
Formed in late 2012- Patterns hail from Costa Rica, and have already played a string of shows include support for Fred Falke. The band weave together contemporary influences with 80s pop- from Madonna to Bananarama. Their unique blend of new disco looks set to ignite dancefloors worldwide.
Michelle Gonzalez (Lyrics, vocals, production)
Allan Rojas (guitar, synths, production)
Luigi Jimenez (Bass, production)
Mario Miranda (Drums, synths, production)
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