London-based duo Indigo Face have been around releasing music since 2011, but their dreamy indie-pop sound combining the talents of Italian singer/songwriter Mariachiara Terragin and French producer and multi-instrumentalist Maxime Obadia appears to be hitting a sweet spot of maturing at the right time in the right music climate. In an era where acts like CHVRCHES are taking the synth-driven, indie-pop sound to the main stage, Indigo Face are positioning themselves well with a new track "Come Close" lifted from their forthcoming EP At The Gate out on Dec. 4.
"Come Close" combines the soft and airy vocals from Terragin over the well-crafted production from Obadia. He puts together a varied instrumental with a pitched plucks, acoustic guitar riffs, easy-going percussion and dreamy synths that slowly oscillate underneath the vocals of Terrigin.
The pair are the face of the Indigo Face project, but have worked with the same backup band since beginning consisting of guitarist Sean Worrall, bassist Raymond Tognola, drummer Andrea Rapisarda, while Valentina Passoni, Claire Row and Anne-Laure Winkin all provide backing vocals.
The two musicians met at BIMM and formed the group at the beginning of the time together in college.
"Come Close" is the second single to drop from their forthcoming EP, At The Gate. Indigo Face previously unveiled the project's title track as the first single.
Listen to the exclusive premiere of "Come Close" below and head to iTunes to pick up a copy via Obadia Productions. Get ready for the full EP coming in two weeks on Dec. 4