Returning with their first solo single of 2021, and following the release of their standout 2020 self-titled debut album, Sydney duo Dekleyn serve up their infectious pop single ‘Over Again’. Steadily making a name for themselves since 2017, the talented duo have independently released three EPs, in addition to their debut album, and a series of standalone singles, together boasting over 7 million streams across platforms.
Known for their smooth vocals with heavy-hitting choruses, combining electronic elements and synths with guitar leads and melodies, the pair have strived to broaden the horizons of conventional indie-pop.
Teaming up with Mark Zito (Fractures) on co-production duties, ‘Over Again’ delivers a truly international pop palette, with Justin Kleyn’s vocals taking centre stage, alongside refined guitar licks, and a driving beat that delivers an equally perfect soundtrack to a warm summer’s night, or cosy winter’s morning.
Made up of Justin Kleyn and Matthew DeCelis, Dekleyn have seen a plethora of support from all corners of the globe, whilst amassing a solid fan base with their ever evolving indie pop soundscape. Whilst recently signing with Raida Artists for bookings, Dekleyn have been prolific in their touring, with support slots for the likes of Confidence Man, Fergus James, Fractures, CLYPSO and Angus Dawson, whilst selling out their ‘Thrive’ EP launch show in Sydney.
Hear Dekleyn join us to unpack the single on The Music Weekly: