While indie and synth pop seems to be all the rage in the current musical landscape, some artists do more than others to stick out from an overcrowded room. Enter in five-piece indie pop outfit Mauritia who draw 80s inspiration into a sound fueled by the likes of Two Door Cinema Club and Fickle Friends all while offering their own twist on the sound.
With the bands third and latest single, “Baby, Please”, Mauritia deliver a sound that is firmly rooted in the indie pop realm while letter the instrumentals do more of the work, from the opening synth line and thumping bassline that builds to the chiming guitar work that creates an irresistible danceability.
In regards to the song itself, “Baby, Please” was written about the importance of being open and honest in a relationship. The song was recorded at The Motor Museum in Liverpool over 4 days and produced by Al Groves (Bring Me the Horizon) who helped bring forth the rich, melodic riffs and catchy vocal lines from the band.