STITCH are an alt-pop band from London, UK. They aspire to create pop music that is independent from sub-genre era, blending sounds and styles from the present and the past into an ultra-modern hybrid, using bleeding edge production methods. Above all else, they believe in making pop music that feels to it’s core. Every track on STITCH’s debut EP, “Welcome to the Dream” has been devotedly crafted in their own living room; from the writing and production, to recording and mixing. The whole record was quite literally put together in-house between members and companions Nikita, Gray and Kye.
What do they sound like? Intricate dual-gender vocal harmonies with lush, emotive textures supported by infectious rhythm. Rip roaring, party-starting trumpet solo, throbbing and pulsing basses that get you in the gut haunting violin atmospheres that fill the air, and tearing emotional vocal belts in resounding unity. STITCH recreate their ambitious recordings with impassioned and supercharged live-performances in which they showcase their unique fusion of visceral vocals, multi-instrumental musicianship and technological proficiency, seamlessly integrating the old and new, the organic and the electronic. Think Florence and The Machine meets Clean Bandit, meets Birdy, meets Fleetwood Mac.