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PELA ‘Rolloverme’ : A visual color spectrum explode into the fore. Vocal subtleties expertly melded into sonic trance / house immersions.

Pela

South London based duo PELA began as a studio project in the Spring of 2019 linking the visions of Hannah Coombes and Olly Shelton.

We’d said of them: “Like a breath of fresh air, always…glitters the aura of your being, with understanding and revel.”

With uncanny succulence to the atmosphere and its construction, a visual color spectrum explode into the fore, with Pela’s combination of vocal subtleties expertly melded into sonic trance / house immersions.

Drifting in and out of a dreamlike haze, ‘Rolloverme’ features vocals from both Hannah Coombes and Olly Shelton.

PELA’s vacuum of hopes, and dreams, collide in an inter-spacial eccentricities that calm the most nostalgia of nerves.

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It’s been 6 months since we started releasing music as PELA 🥺 5 songs later, we just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who has listened, shared, and downloaded. To the radio stations and DJs who have supported us, to the blogs who have written lovely words, to the people who have contributed to our music and videos, and to the mysterious creators of Spotify editorial playlists. We are so grateful. Our music is evolving with each release and we’re excited for what’s to come next year. In the meantime, more songs coming your way to see out 2020 (next one in two weeks!) 🐙 loveyoubye 📷: @photosbychloeh @spinnup @katietavini @mrharryshadow @noworneverpr @bbcradio1 @bbc1xtra @bbcintrolondon @hseward @jjiszatt #johnkennedy @annie.nightingale @charlieashcroft @getinherears @danalani @shaydrap @jordanscudder @nozstock @gudjonmusic @thisisfaultress @connorroffmusic @firebirdproject #domwalker @earmilk @colorsxstudios @notion @tmrwmag @realrealclout @themostradicalist @lock_magazine @1883magazine @wthblows @wearestereofox @oceandeep_music @backseatmafia @wearegoingsolo

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