“No other artist is bringing back a distinct blend of soul, funk, and 60s French into the 21st century like the multi-talented Iraina Mancini” - 1883 Magazine
Iraina's look and sound has been described as ‘luxury pop’, ‘the sort of vocal that harks back to an era no longer with us where Jane Birkin and Phil Spector ruled the style world!’
Her sound is heavily influenced by her favourite music from the 60’s and 70s, French Pop, Psychedelia, Soul and classic artist’s such as the Ye-Ye Girls, Serge Gainsbourg and vintage cinema.
Iraina's new single 'Deep End' is hot on the heels of the wildly successful single ‘Shotgun’ which has seen incredible support across BBC6 Music, finding champions in Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Craig Charles, Gemma Cairney, Shaun Keavey and keeping it’s place on the playlist for over 5 weeks.
Psychedelic, high energy and bass-driven, Deep End is cinematic but also deeply personal. A song about spinning out of control and trying to find your way back. Taking inspiration from Ye-Ye singers of the 60s, France Gall, Francoise Hardy, and Jacquelin Taieb, channelling a retro, Garage Rock sound but with a modern sheen.