Following sublime performances at Reading & Leeds Festivals last week, fast rising duo Dolores Forever return with new single ‘Funeral’. The track is the second to be taken from the band’s forthcoming EP, due later this year on Sweat Entertainment.

Produced by King Ed (Years & Years, Baby Queen, Dylan) and recorded in London, ‘Funeral’ is a euphoric, synth-driven pop banger, soaked in hooks and the band’s soaring harmonies. “‘Funeral’ is about toxic friendships and self-obsession,” the duo said of the track. “Wondering whether your friends care about you and whether you should care that they care.” The release comes alongside a raw and honest video seeing the band drive through a surreal parade of friendships of different ages, providing an interpretive snapshot of life. Watch HERE & listen to ‘Funeral’ HERE.

Formed by close friends and songwriters Hannah Wilson (from Yorkshire) and Julia Fabrin (from Copenhagen), Dolores Forever met at a house party in London, connecting over their love of Mitski, Sharon Van Etten, Stevie Nicks and the Spice Girls.

Having already wowed at Glastonbury and Reading & Leeds Festivals this summer and with acclaim across the board from the likes of BBC Introducing, Radio 1, NME, The i, I-D Magazine, The Independent, The Line Of Best Fit, Dummy, Mahogany and more for their breakthrough debut EP ‘Baby Teeth’ and infectious single ‘Rothko’, the duo look set for a huge career. Already looking to the future with a string of magical singles in the works and an EP due later this year, Dolores Forever are building unstoppable momentum. Watch this space.

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