We heard them for the first time back in 2010 with their debut single "Take a look around", a blissful rocker with a retro vibe suitable for a cinematic road trip. The band kept relatively quiet the past 8 years, with occassional releases that nevertheless proved Mobvibe had many aces up their sleeves, such as the beatlesque "What a day" (2012) and their stadium anthem "Desire" (2013).
Nusixties is a neologism coined by the band that aligns with their vivid and playful, if not sometimes goofy character
In the meantime, their sound shaped into a very distinctive combination of synth-heavy modern dance finely interweaved with 60s twist and retro vibes, a rather novel approach to bridging two disparate eras, that sometimes works so well you don't even notice the shift through time.
Aptly named "nusixties", a neologism coined by the band that aligns with their vivid and playful, if not sometimes goofy character, paired with their upcoming release of their debut EP "The nusixties invasion" makes us positively certain Mobvibe are up to something that warrants some measure of excitement.