The latest single “Overdue” by The Quadroholics was just released today. It’s the first single off their upcoming album Europa.
In a land of good ol’ brass and jazz, the Quadroholics celebrate a more modern, but equally iconic, musical era. The latest single and accompanying video “Overdue” by The Quadroholics was just released today. It’s a danceable, 80’s tinged bop that’s become synonymous with the duo.
The NOLA-based duo blends synth-pop and new-wave with a post-punk edge. Their return track “Overdue” is the first single off their upcoming album Europa, which is debuting on August 12th.
The video for “Overdue” by The Quadroholics was shot in New Orleans at Santos Bar and other potentially recognizable locations.
The self-produced song combines introspective lyrics with washed-out guitars and heavy synths. It pairs well with the lo-fi, neon edge of the video. It’s a track that would be as equally welcomed on a grimey warehouse dancefloor as a sunny, summer party.
The duo has known each other since birth but only started working together musically in high school. There’s definitely a comfortability in their music that mimics a life-long friendship. Their music is no-frills; their vocals are heavy. It’s authentic, raw, and infectious.
This all comes after a busy few years for The Quadroholics. The group dropped nine releases in 2019, then fit the bill of the Iceman Special’s local music fest Fete Do Void. In 2020 they released two albums, Aurora and We’ll Be Right Back. 2021 gave us a few singles and a B-Sides, and the pair shows no signs of slowing down in 2022.
As we finally gather to dance again this year, I know I have my fingers crossed for a few local appearances from The Quadroholics. Let us know what you think of the song below in the comments.