The Recreation’s latest offering, ‘Lilo’, delves into the transient nature of success and the repercussions of succumbing to societal pressures. This single encapsulates the paradox of passion, exploring the trade-offs made in the pursuit of satisfaction and capturing a world fuelled by mimetic desire. The narrative weaves a tale of succumbing to external influences, echoing the universal theme of falling into repetitive traps.
The band’s sound is a captivating blend of brooding, ethereal, and addictive elements. Influenced by a diverse array of artists like The Walkmen, Big Thief, Cat Stevens, and The Beatles, The Recreation fearlessly melds these inspirations into something genuinely unique.
‘Lilo’ follows the anthemic single ‘Jesus’, setting a relentless pace for The Recreation’s journey. This track boasts an exhilarating experience for fans, solidifying the band’s reputation for pushing boundaries. With a readiness to explore the beauty of change, The Recreation’s ‘Lilo’ is a must-listen, hinting at a promising year ahead. If you crave a cathartic release, The Recreation invites you with open arms, promising an unforgettable live experience that shouldn’t be missed.
Accompanying the release this single the band have announced a headline show at The Lodge at Deaf Institute, Manchester on 27th April where they have promised lots of surprises! Tickets are available here.