The song is taken from a forthcoming longer release ‘HTTP404’, due out later this year.
“The day I wrote it was probably one of the hardest days of my life and it means something very special to me,” says Oscar. “Luckily I was writing with Lucy (PAWWS) who is a musical soulmate and the perfect dance partner. We found a bittersweet escape. It’s there when you need it.
“It’s a song about a two friends meeting at a fantasy location called the Interstellar Disco. It’s a place you go when the sky feels too low and the universe feels too big and you just wanna forget about everything and dance like Napoleon Dynamite.”
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