Drizzled in electric piano chords, slathered with succulently soulful vocals and paired with a sprinkling of shimmering synths, ‘The Pizza Song’ is a deliciously hot slice of contemporary, indie, electro-pop that pushes the boundaries of what pop music can and should be in the modern age. Dressed in a novelty exterior, ‘The Pizza Song’ is a playful and skilfully written allegorical track that cleverly and lightheartedly tackles themes of body image, female empowerment and sex, all under the guise of a simple, up-tempo pop song about wanting some pizza.
Noam, Alfie and Mattia, better known by their uber-cool band name Galactic Dust, are the new kids on the block making a name for themselves in the world of indie and electronic pop.
The North London-based trio joined forces in 2018 and have since been cooking up a musical storm in their home studio writing, recording and mixing everything themselves, all whilst drawing inspiration from the 90’s sound and aesthetic and pairing it with influences from a wide range of genres and artists including everyone from Kali Uchis to Tame Impala and Miles Davis.
The eclectic sounds of Galactic Dust are the meeting point between classic, soulful vocals, french-touch beats, disco bass riffs and effervescent guitar grooves. Their unique, indie, ‘sparkly’ pop sound was the inspiration behind their band name since their music is sure to leave you lost in a dazzling universe and their latest offering, ‘The Pizza Song’ is of no exception.