PRIZM Shares New Retro Pop Single, “Move Me”

Dallas retro-pop duo PRIZM have shared their new single “Move Me,” available to stream now via FiXT Neon on all DSPs worldwide. The track is their first new single of 2020, following the duo’s 2019 self-titled EP, also available now via FiXT Neon. This funky, hook-heavy piece pays tribute to the group’s ‘80s inspiration, marrying authentic throwback synths and songwriting with a clean vocal style that feels perfectly at home in the modern era.

“Move Me started as a simple track idea back in 2019. Other ideas came and went but we just kept coming back to it. Our recent releases all dealt with heavier topics like, heartbreak and nostalgia so we were eager to get back to something more care-free. Something that just makes you want to move. So in January 2020 we locked ourselves in our Fort Worth studio and made it happen. We want this to be an unplugging song for people, whether it’s a workout or night out. We hope you feel it!” – PRIZM

Danni James and Krisluv – both full-time artists with experience working together in a variety of genres – combine classic songwriting touches with modern production and contemporary pop styles, creating a refreshing take on retro ‘80s revival that captures the best of multiple eras.

The pair released their debut EP in 2019 followed shortly by a single for “Neon Road.” The songs immediately caught the attention of the synthwave world and their top-notch production, songwriting, and vocal performances put them on the map of the biggest names and promoters in the genre. PRIZM soon signed with the well-respected independent synthwave/indie-pop label FiXT Neon and began work on their next album while their followers continued to grow around the strength of their early releases. Since signing with FiXT Neon, the duo has been championed by Atwood Magazine, Earmilk, The Daily Listening, EQ Music, received a coveted spot on Spotify’s Fresh Finds Playlist, and also landing a placement for their single “All Night” in Paris Hilton’s recent birthday video.