Los Angeles indie-pop outfit, Karmic, shared their infectious new single “Little Lucille” today ahead of their highly-anticipated, KROQ-presented homecoming show at the Moroccan Lounge later tonight. “Little Lucille” is an ethereal dance floor anthem reminiscent of the golden age of 70s pop that defined the decade. The soundscape was dreamt up on tour in Europe earlier this year during a stay in a quaint Austrian lakehouse while, lyrically, the track was conceived during an impactful escape the band shared ahead of leaving for that aforementioned tour.
Keyboardist, Eric Stang, had this to say about the inspiration found on that trip to Mexico:
“One of our memories from that trip was going into town and experiencing a torrential downpour of rain which flooded everything within minutes. Eventually, the rain stopped and we went out and had a crazy night on the town. We really wanted to release a new song that was guaranteed to make people move. It was such a fun song to play, super catchy and the groove was infectious, so we had to choose it as our next single.”
Karmic’s show tonight at the Moroccan Lounge will be their first in Los Angeles since returning from a six-month-long European tour that found the band covering 30,000 kilometers as they performed over seventy gigs. Hometown fans are in for a special occasion as they will experience a band that has meticulously honed their live show during the course of that daunting international excursion. Support for Karmic will come from Trapdoor Social and Mark Diamond. You can purchase tickets here.