The castle was the focal point of the bustling town, a hive of activity for workers and locals to conduct their daily business. High up on a hill, its turrets extended above the clouds and at the rear the bright green grounds stretched further than the eye could see. Today the gates stood open, welcoming passers by into the main square. Folk from all over the land had come to celebrate together; men and women, young and old. As the band sat down and the music struck up, the people of the town joined hands and participated in a merry dance.
Amsterdam-based trio Le Le return to their regular home Magnetron Music after a four year hiatus. Their new EP Clueleless is a mixture of influences, from synth-pop to electro and disco, and is set for release on 12th April.