Riding a wave of superchill gossamer reverb, Toronto’s DIANA (which includes members of Destroyer’s band) has finished recording an album, but in advance of it’s release they’ve released a dreamy single that recalls aspects of Nite Jewel and Toro Y Moi while doing it’s own new romantic thing.

Born Again” skitters with lo-fi drama while simultaneously delivering a crisp neon 80s vibe that would fit perfectly in a slow motion montage of lovers driving down the 10W at sunset in an imaginary John Hughes/Michael Mann movie.

Until the proper release of the full length, I dare you not to listen to this soundcloud of their first proper single, “Born Again,” on repeat.

Born Again by D I A N A

– Mario Cotto

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  • Austin Realtors said:

    We’d being playing them for a while by the time they made it in our studios for a set on Morning Becomes Eclectic

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    Skitters with lo-fi drama while simultaneously delivering a crisp neon 80s vibe that would fit perfectly in a slow motion montage.

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    Very cool album, and especially those singles that you wrote. I am very impressed. Thank you.

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    Thank you for this blog. It has a lot of great information and some great contributors. Mario I hope you keep writing more blogs like this one. Great job Mario.

  • artikel kesehatan said:

    I think Diana is a good artist. Anyway, nice to know this website..

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    Cool songs. Wish I could have those minds that can easily do songwriting.

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