‘Rain’ – DECO’s newest feel-good tune.

Partners-in-pop DECO have a pretty exciting summer ahead of them. Following a steady string of single releases and sold out headline shows at Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms and London’s Borderline they’ve bagged themselves some festival slots, playing Isle of Wight Festival, Truck Festival, Y-Not Festival, and you’ll even be able to catch them supporting Jess Glynne at Scarborough Open Air Theatre.

They won’t be turning up empty handed either, as previously mentioned – they already have a pretty impressive rota of singles, but their latest ‘Rain’ is bound to be a crowd-pleaser and will set them up nicely for festival season.

The duo, made up of vocalist Max Kendall and guitarist John Dell, described the new track as “a product of learning how tough the music industry can be, and how we as artists experience extreme highs, along with the extreme lows. It’s a real self-motivational track and preaches pushing yourself to strive whilst going through the toughest of situations – it’s kind of nice to have written a song that has in the process helped us get through a tough moment in our musical career”.

‘Rain’ combines the signature echoey vocals from your favourite 80’s tracks alongside prominent drumbeats and synths of some of modern days’ most popular pop acts such as Friendly Fires and Years and Years.

DECO’s feel-good summer anthem is available from today and you can find it across all major streaming services. Catch the band live at the following dates this summer;


Saturday 15th – Winchestival – Main Stage 

Saturday 15th – Isle of Wight Festival – Platform 1 Stage


Sunday 21st – Scarborough Open Air Theatre – Supporting Jess Glynne 

Saturday 27th – Y-Not Festival – Second Stage 

Sunday 28th – Truck Festival – Main Stage


Friday 23rd – The Big Festival – Udder Stage

Tickets for these festival slots can be found through here: www.decoofficial.com

Listen to ‘Rain’ on Spotify and Apple Music

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