The Plastics have released a new single, Stereo Kids, which was originally recorded on their debut album, "Shark". The track was recently re-recorded in a new form at Dreamspace Recording Studio, Woodstock.
"The new version of Stereo Kids captures a lot of what we're trying to do as a band at the moment. It shows the dance element of our band. Nothing makes us happier than when we play to a crowd and everyone is moving and grooving!"
After playing their first acoustic set in December, 2010, The Plastics decided to reinvent some of their songs. Stereo Kids was one of the tracks that stood out as they unwittingly transformed it from its original dark, ominous form into a more ambient dance track.
"It evokes a different feeling than the one on "Shark". For the "Shark" version, our producer Gordon Raphael went to town on making it sound like an apocalyptic dance. It's quite eerie and dark, but still has a groove threaded throughout. The new version has a more laid-back vocal delivery while still maintaining a bouncy more up tempo feel."
The band is currently recording at Dreamspace Recording Studios as part of the production of their second album, set for release in 2012.
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