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Divus Julius presents: The Haunted Youth

The Haunted Youth is the band centred around 29-year-old Joachim Liebens from Hasselt, Belgium, allowing him to channel his innermost feelings into music and lyrics. Liebens writes songs to dream away to, wrapping them in a rich and velvety sound, echoing the beguiling shoegaze of Slowdive, the lulling dream pop of Beach House and the downtempo indie rock of Current Joys.

The Haunted Youth have released their debut album, Dawn Of The Freak, to the world. A product of the last two years, the album symbolises everything Joachim represents. The record is an autobiographical portrayal of the highs and lows of life, it’s a documentation of feeling displaced in the world, but most importantly, it’s a symbol for finding somewhere that feels like home.

Divus Julius presents: Beach House

When it comes to dream-pop, no one does it like Beach House. Along with Grizzly Bear and Animal Collective, Beach House helped define the indie aesthetic of the 2010s with their intoxicating blend of guitar, keyboard, and ethereal vocals.

Beach House have announced their new album and a 2022 tour. Once Twice Melody is being released in four distinct “chapters.” The first four songs of the 18-track album arrived on November 10, followed by drops on December 8, January 19, and, finally, the full album release on February 18. 

Introducing…Hydrogen Sea

Hydrogen Sea carry songs back from forgotten dreams. The intimate creative chemistry of lovers.

Birsen Ucar whispers cryptic poetry softly into the ear, carried on a translucent ray of electronica invoked by PJ Seaux. Faint echoes and ripples of Massive Attack, Beach House and Little Dragon in the distance. This, though, is Hydrogen SeaAutomata is their last album.

Introducing…Barrie

In the style of Bon Jovi, the New York band Barrie are an outfit named after their lead singer Barrie, but who also include Noah, Sabine, Dom and someone called Spurge.

In short-hand, Barrie make ambient dream pop. Their debut song Canyons encapsulates their style of drawing on retro synths sounds, modern pop production and melodic sweetness. Fans of Beach House may find Tal Uno right up their street while Michigan comes across like a poppier take on the slow disco atmosphere of the Chromatics.

They’ve just release ‘Saturated’ which is featured on the group’s forthcoming debut ‘Happy To Be Here’, set for release on 3rd May.

Ville à Dômat #229: ‘In Dreams’

Cada dilluns a partir de les 7 del vespre Divus Julius ens transporta a un estat de plaent endormiscament amb sons suggerents. Estrenarem el més nou de Mumford and Sons, The Kooks, Opatov, Django Django, J Mascis i Pale Waves entre d’altres. També, com és costum, descobrirem a Sons of Raphael, Curtis Roach, Imbibe o Masego. 
A més, us informarem sobre el Festival Cruïlla Tardor i el Visor Fest.
Dilluns 19h 100.5FM Radio Ciutat Vella
Ville à Dômat: In Dreams

Favourite Gig: Beach House

Beach House are back in town present their latest effort, ‘7’ (2018). The Baltimore duo  of singer Victoria Legrand and guitarist Alex Scally keep the bar high with their latest work, a return of their trademark meloncholic sound that seems to pull from both the sunshine-pop ’60s and the synth-driven ’80s. With ‘7’, the band continues to grow, adding still more layers of complexity to their already sophisticated and rewarding synth-pop sound.  In concert tonight at Razzmatazz.