Arliston is an experimental indie pop group with a specialty for melancholia. Their soundscapes are often a blend of uncommon styles like acapella, funk-jazz, acoustics, all enveloped in an electronic ambience. In their latest single, 451, Arliston combines the undulating natural frequencies of diverse genres to find a cohesive thread of melody. Listeners of The 1975, BØRNS, and The Neighbourhood are sure to enjoy the blooming dreams in this track. Listen Now!

The track opens with layers of scaling vocals that morph into clouds of colorful synthetics. Lined with saxophone melodies, they carry well into the warm baritonal verses. Touched by twinkling piano keys and dazed melodic shimmers, the vocals soar with seamless surreality. The band asymmetrically embellished the song, with zigzagging rhythms flitted away into looping jazz circuits before escaping into fresh pools of acoustics. Each listening experience illuminates a different melodic design, a new rhythm pathway, and a fresh sonic progression. 

The band debuted in 2018 with their single, “Enough” and has since built a fantastic portfolio of over fifteen tracks that speak for their fast tracked success and fame. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to 451 by Arliston here –