Lilies On Mars are described, according to their label, Saint Marie Records, as having a“futurist sound blended with electro dream pop [experimenting] with vintage organs, synthesizer, psychedelic oscillations and echoes.”
Being from Sardinia, but currently based in London, multi-instrumentalists Lisa Masia and Marina Cristofalo have delineated a retro rhythm that always looks to the future, sort of like the music equivalent of The Jetsons.
In that sense Lilies On Mars are a modern confection totally inspired by yesteryear psychedelic soundscapes while infusing it with of-the-moment dream pop sensibilities. Stealing, their new track, personifies the group’s hypnotic charms, presenting a widescreen-sounding song that nods to the 1980s synth-pop perfections of New Order while also charging it with sonic delicacies hitherto untapped. It belongs in a movie.