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Radelaide

by Hunter Deblanc

“…Hunter’s music, it’s got that rad retro influence that never goes out of style." Hunter deBlanc's retro synth-pop gem "Radelaide" is a vaporwave dream song dedicated to the city of Adelaide in South Australia. For fans of LANY and The 1975.
Genre: Pop: Synth Pop
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“…Hunter’s music, it’s got that rad retro influence that never goes out of style."
Hunter deBlanc's retro synth-pop gem "Radelaide" is a vaporwave dream song dedicated to the city of Adelaide in South Australia.
For fans of LANY and The 1975.

"Louisiana native Hunter DeBlanc is making a name for himself in the alternative-pop scene, especially overseas. His international tours and travels have earned him a strong fan base, particularly in Australia."

"Synth pop hooks like CHVRCHES and The 1975 blended with the piano driven sensibility of Elton John or Billy Joel would be a very accurate description of Hunter Deblanc's music. What started out as a piano-heavy pop/rock project reminiscent of early 2000's such as Something Corporate/Jack's Mannequin, The Postal Service, and Owl City has evolved into an indie-pop / adult-alternative sound, similar to Miike Snow, Foster The People, Bleachers, and even 80's acts like INXS and New Order."

In the past year alone, Hunter has been featured by Huffington Post, Alternative Press, iHeartRadio, idobi Radio, and has had his music played on about 60 radio stations worldwide, and hopes to hit the road in early 2019 accompanying a full length LP release.

“Excellent Pop Music… blends elements of synth pop hooks, piano pop and indie rock into contagious melodies.” 
- Huffington Post

“Consistently infectious! …equal parts haunting synth pop hooks, breathy lyrics & big choruses, as well as explorations into plenty of new sounds.” 
- JamSphere

“The unique sound he has developed is an innovative mix of singer-songwriter pop and melodic synth sounds to paint a full sonic picture.” 
- Indie Band Guru

“…this is pop like Owl City or Bastille… big pop which is not as annoying as it could have been and certainly not as moronic.” 
 - BMA Magazine

“Hunter’s style has now been finely honed to the essentials of adult alternative indie pop; electro-based grooves, bubbly synths and textures underpinning soul-searching lyrics, reminiscent of any of the more spirited singles by Foster the People, Owl City or The 1975.” 
- VENTS Magazine

“…Hunter’s music, it’s got that rad retro influence that never goes out of style. Hunter is a well-seasoned singer & instrumentalist one that can back up his recorded performance very well on the live stage, he’s a mad talent.” 
- Esquire Sound

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