It’s been eight years since British four-piece Django Django burst onto the scene with their eponymous debut LP and charmed the pants off people with their oddball harmonies, tilted synths, angular guitars and driving, motorik rhythms, all melted together into a distinct, sun-dappled psychedelic sound.
The boys have been prolifically busy ever since. They’ve released a total of three albums and toured heavily as they pursue their quest to bring their uniquely joyful music to the masses. Their last album, 2018’s Marble Skies, is a prime example of the eclecticism of Django Django’s sonic influences, which run the gamut from synth-pop, Krautrock and psychedelia to techno and vibrant indie rock.
In a rare period of quiet from the band, it’s been two years since their last release. But fear not – there’s new Django Django material on its way. As drummer and producer Dave Maclean says, “We’re all writing and making music, so lots of good things to come soon.”
AGENT: Darren James-Thomas