Dynamic duo Chores return drop highly-anticipated single ‘Girls’ featuring Brisbane-based pop artist DOOLIE.
The Melbourne-based producer duo Chores return with brand new single ‘Girls’ featuring the future face of Australian pop, DOOLIE. The track is an exquisitely produced dance-floor filler, opening with DOOLIE’s enticing vocals as they meld with slow-building soundscapes and delicate hi-hats. The choruses explode with euphoria as uplifting synths and thumping bass lines envelop the track. The song briefly pulls back into a delicate bridge full of breathtaking harmonies, before ending with a triumphant final chorus.
Discussing the process behind ‘Girls’, Chores mention: “Working with an artist like DOOLIE was a dream come true for us, someone who is so authentic and has a distinct image and brand was awesome. We revised the track a few times, but a singer of her prowess meant it was easy to get the results required. Once again, the whole concept was created during lockdown, so we weren’t able to get in the studio together but managed to make it work remotely through collaborative working from home efforts.”
Their previous releases were critically acclaimed and widely embraced by Spotify and radio stations. They’ve also seen support from online tastemakers Pilerats, Acid Stag, Stoney Roads, Purple Sneakers and Surviving the Golden Age (USA). The duo have also won several awards, including ‘Best Electronic Act’ at the 2018 New Zealand Music Awards and ‘Breakthrough Artist’ at the Georgies in 2017.
Chores have spent years paving their way to thetop, DJing and performing as a full band at New Zealand festivals Rhythm and Vines, Northern Bass, Bay Dreams and Deep Hard N Funky, as well as supporting dance music luminaires Basement Jaxx, What So Not, Duke Dumont, Peking Duk, The Chainsmokers and A-Trak.
In the coming weeks, Chores will reveal an accompanying music video for ‘Girls’ ft. DOOLIE.