Mary, Max and Andrea are Indigo Face. They describe themselves as an alternative pop trio, combining a strong visual aesthetic with a similarly bright and colourful sound on Wild.
Unashamedly 80s in mood and not a bit the worse for it, tribal shout outs and pounding drums imbue the song with a sense of melancholy from the get-go. The trio cites influences such as Christine and the Queens, Banks and Aurora, but I can hear echoes of Madonna’s Cherish and Cyndi Lauper’s iconic True Colors in the easy-going pop tones of Wild. If you’re going to invoke memories of 80s pop songs, you might as well go for the classics.
Oh and be sure to watch A Womxn Will Save Us All (The Documentary) on Facebook for an insight on what it’s like to be a woman in music even in these more progressive times.