The postcards continue not to be to my taste and we move to Slovenia. The first take was simple and hopefully effective. LPS are doing their best to spread their disco sentiment but I am not convinced yet and it will take much more than a huge disco ball to achieve that. Vocally the band was OK but don’t forget this is not a song you need to be Maria Kallas.
ABOUT THIS ARTIST
LPS (Last Pizza Slice) is a teenage pop band composed of Filip (vocal), Gašper (drums), Mark (electric guitar), Zala (bass guitar, tenor and alto saxophone), and Žiga (electric keyboards). The group have been together since 2018 when they met in the music room of their school. Despite their relatively short time as an act, LPS have already managed to rack up an impressive number of performances at festivals and concerts around the country. As well as the disco with which most new fans will now associate them, LPS also dabble in soul-pop, funk, blues, rock and jazz. At the beginning of their career, they grew a dedicated fan base through their quirky, non-commercial interpretations of commercial hits. Some might assume that the title of their entry implies a carefree tale of losing oneself in uplifting disco music, but the lyrics tell the sad (and true) story of the band’s vocalist Filip, who was dumped by his girlfriend… at a disco.