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Tridence Unleashes Highly Anticipated Summer Anthem "Pretty Imperfections"


Emerging rock band Tridence, known for their indie, alternative-rock sound, just returned with a new single, "Pretty Imperfections". Hailing from Dublin, the band comprises cousins Bailey and Ben McLoughlin, along with their friend PJ Moore-Coates.


Their latest track promises a fun, upbeat, and summery vibe, diverging slightly from their usual sound but still maintaining their signature style. With Johnny Marr-inspired guitar riffs and a modern twist on a Beatles-esque melody, "Pretty Imperfections" is a refreshing addition to their repertoire.


Bailey McLoughlin's lyrics offer a heartfelt reassurance to his partner, celebrating her perceived flaws as charming and beautiful. The song, recorded remotely and perfected by Canadian producer HugoGT, showcases Tridence's evolving musical talent and emotional depth.


Following the success of their previous singles and debut album "Euphoric Youth," Tridence continues to build momentum in the Irish music scene, making "Pretty Imperfections" a must-listen for fans of Johnny Marr, U2, The Beatles, and Sam Fender.


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