Dutch Criminal Record releases their new single titled ‘Vinnetrow Road’ today via most platforms. Featuring that perfect blend of varied pronounced guitar tracks brilliantly played along with a smooth hook and suave vocals, Dutch Criminal Record explodes the chorus with wonderful harmony and layered music that sticks in your head long after the track is played. This is how it’s done, folks. Listen on!
About Dutch Criminal Record
Infections and charismatic in equal measure, South Coast outfit Dutch Criminal Record have spent the best part of 2019 aligning themselves with the most exciting breaking bands in the UK. Recent singles ‘Graduate’ and ‘Fade Away’ have already amassed over 250k streams with the latter being added to Spotify’s ‘Hot New Bands’.
Drawing inspiration from the likes of Mac Demarco and Twin Peaks, ‘Vinnetrow Road’ creates a paradox between dreamy, romantic pop music and an arresting evocation of modern life. The new track lovingly channels the 1980’s, perfectly combining retro synths and Tears for Fears-esque guitar riffs.
About ‘Vinnetrow Road’
Vinnetrow Road is a retro alternative pop song with a nod to the ’80s with Tears for Fears-esque guitar lines and swirling synths. Whilst the lyrics bemoan the stresses of 21st-century life and social media usage, Vinnetrow Road itself (the rural spot where the band practice) is a safe haven.
‘Vinnetrow Road’ is an 80’s-inspired alternative Pop song that lyrically bemoans stress caused by social media usage citing Vinnetrow Road, where we practice as a band, as a safe haven.