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Inbox Jukebox Presents: PLYA’s New Songs “Innocent” & “Addiction”

“Maybe all we need, maybe all we need is a miracle…” This is the mantra you’ll be chanting today, thanks to PLYA. On today’s Inbox Jukebox Presents the alt-pop trio are bringing you two brand new songs, “Innocent” and “Addiction”. The tracks are a sonic breath of fresh air, ready to carry you right into the weekend.

Lead single “Innocent” is a call to arms, a song to get you marching along to the beat of your own life.  “‘Innocent’ is about the nostalgia of looking back at purer times from a place filled with imperfections,” vocalist Julia says. “I was obsessed with the idea of people’s innocence being consumed by the systematic and dark underbelly of a city, which is hidden just beneath it’s glittery surface.” Her vocals float high over the compelling drumbeats, and the heavy synths will move you.

“I was obsessed with the idea of people’s innocence being consumed by the systematic and dark underbelly of a city, which is hidden just beneath it’s glittery surface.”

By the time “Addiction” rolls around, you’ll officially be hooked. The track sweeps in with an undercurrent of irresistible synths before exploding into a dark but oh so gorgeous chorus. PLYA are all about the feels, babe, beneath the pop-hooks you’ll find stories of obsession, introspection, and love.

Hit play on “Innocent” and “Addiction” to start your own obsession today. And if you want need more, PLYA are heading to Europe with The Night Game real soon—keep scrolling for dates!

Tour dates:
16.9.2018 //// MÜNCHEN //// STROM – Tickets
18.9.2018 //// FRANKFURT //// ZOOM – Tickets
22.9.2018 //// KÖLN //// GEBÄUDE 9  – Tickets
24.9.2018 //// AMSTERDAM /// MELKWEG – Tickets
27.9.2018 //// LONDON /// ELECTROWERKZ – Tickets

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