The melancholic and dark ballad 'Shades Of Blue' by the British band 'Dress To Kill' is true 80s synth pop! By true, I mean true! The band recorded most of their repertoire in the 80s. We're talking about lost gems like the 2016 re-mastered album 'Closure' by the band 'Art Fact'. The ballad immediately drew me in and has the depth of a 'Here Is The House' or 'In A Manner Of Speaking (Tuxedomoon cover)' Martin Gore song.
I'm really hoping for more tracks in the same league. I have caught fire. Discover the song and the band for yourself now. Listen to it! This song is part of our Spotify playlist ‘New Synth Pop Songs 2022‘. The playlist is updated continuously. Follow this playlist now and don’t miss any of the latest synth pop hits in 2022.
Listen to 'Dress To Kill – Shades Of Blue' on Spotify
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