“Dreamy, whimsical vocals…lush, dainty synth tones and sparse percussion” – The Line Of Best Fit
“Glowing yet murky…ethereal disco influenced sound” – The 405
“A remarkable post-disco jewel” – Clash
Alt-pop newcomer Vanity Fairy releases debut EP Lust For Dust, detailing her fresh approach to the genre with a series of glittering vocal performances and infectious synth overtones.
Spawning lead singles He Can Be Your Lady, Loverman and Milky Woe, the rising talent has already attracted widespread approval throughout the online community with NME,The Line Of Best Fit, Clash and The 405 showing their support as well as BBC Radio 1 airplay (Huw Stephens) and a flurry of seriously impressive live show appearances.
Co-produced alongside collaborators Sammy Yamaha and Simon Byrt (Pixx, Babeheaven), Vanity Fairy’s post-disco joy is the new project from Daisy Capri – a wonky, weird and wonderful reimagining of late 70s disco dance-floor fillers with influences ranging from The Bee Gees and Prince to Ariel Pink and Michael Jackson.
Discussing her debut EP release, the songwriter explained: “Lust For Dust is a collection of love songs about people who have never been loved, set in places that have never been peopled, from a time before my time”.
Vanity Fairy’s Lust For Dust EP is out now and available via all digital platforms.
Live Dates (message for press passes)
14 Dec – Jurnet’s Bar, Norwich