Donegal electro pop-rockers Palomino finally deliver their much anticipated debut single "HOT PUMPS" to an ever growing fanbase, with their catchy 'disco stomper' also gaining considerable airplay and exposure courtesy
of Irish radio, both regional and national.
Featuring the vocal talents of Claire McDaid and songwriter Denis Kelly, "HOT PUMPS" recently featured on Today FM's Ian Dempsey Show with Palomino proclaimed as one of Ireland's Unsigned Artists to watch out for.
Palomino came into existence earlier this year when Claire and Denis decided to get the musical ball rolling once again, having worked together previously. Continuing to hone their unique pop/rock/dance style, the duo combine pure pop/rock elements mixed with sequencers and sampled grooves to create a massive wall of glorious sound.
"We love loads of different artists and styles, be it the Stone Roses/Madchester scene of the 90's, right through to the modern day such as PJ Harvey and Foo Fighters. It's great to have lots of influences yet still come up with our own sound. We're really excited about what's to come…!", explains Kelly.
With their debut release "HOT PUMPS", Palomino have already hit the ground running with a relentless, rhythmic, shot of electro-rock, drawing comparisons with the likes of Garbage, Goldfrapp, even Primal Scream, and already a floor-filler at the group's live shows. Also included on the single is Palomino's 'Candy Disco Mix' of the title track, plus an incredible ambient
mix by Shammen Delly.