Tallsaint creates a perfect hybrid of nostalgia and futuristic pop with ‘Model Effect’

Grab your Walkman and platforms, nostalgic 2000s pop is back. A futuristic pop hit oozing with nostalgia, Tallsaint’s latest single ‘Model Effect’ is full of lush synths, punchy basslines and irresistible pop beats.

Reminiscent of Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s ‘Murder on the Dancefloor’, the track was born from digging back through loads of early 2000s tracks, reliving the sounds of her younger, care-free self.

Leeds-based Louisa Osborn, the brains behind Tallsaint, explains how the shiny pop track explores “how you can take a first look at somebody and be instantly fascinated and engrossed by them. By being physically attracted to them, yes maybe, but also having a sense that there’s just something noteworthy about them that you need to know.”‘Model Effect’ is the perfect punchy futuristic track and if you love catchy, care-free pop then I challenge you not to have a boogie whilst listening.

If you’d like to find out more about Tallsaint, you can follow her via FacebookInstagram and Twitter. Her new single ‘Model Effect’ is now available on Spotify.

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