UK duo Matthew Benham and Rory Sheppard better known as Ivy Eye have received huge international recognition from their debut single ‘Peace of Mind’. Since emerging onto the indie scene, Ivy Eye has made it onto 70+ Spotify Playlists, including the Hotel Chocolat’s international in-store playlist, and are also in discussion with TWO Major UK based, Reality TV Shows for placement on their notoriously incredible soundtracks. The pair have also consistently charted within the Top 3 in the Hype Machine Charts. With only one independent release under their belts, and already having interest from Major TV Music Supervisors and Spotify Playlists, their next single is sure to affirm Ivy Eye, and their presence, as artists who are capable of paving the way for the next generation of acts emerging onto the scene.
Critically acclaimed Disco/Funk duo Ivy Eye follows the online success of their debut single. The UK-based producers are back with their infectious sophomore single ‘Make My Way Out (To The Sun), cementing the pair’s Disco influenced Funk-Pop sound. Voted by BBC Introducing as ‘Record of the Week’ in July 2021 (before its release), ‘Make My Way Out (To The Sun)’ showcases the pair’s ability to craft a dancefloor-filling Pop song whilst drawing influence from several musical backgrounds. The infectious track explores elements from the House and Nu-Disco genres all whilst keeping the duo’s classic Disco/Funk influences as the driving force. Moving into the more sonically lush territory, Ivy Eye and their new single, are constantly furthering their quest to take their Sound, Visuals and Persona further than what could be perceived as a ‘local indie band’. ‘Make My Way Out (To The Sun)’, is a prime example of Ivy Eye’s capabilities as a Songwriting Partnership, and desire to be a cut above the rest.
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