Sexy Bicycle, the dream-pop // neo-psychedelia music project led by Nika Elia (Nika Kvaratskhelia), is entering a thrilling new chapter in their musical journey. Since their formation in 2011, they have been celebrated for their distinctive blend of acoustic rock and psychedelia, crafting unconventional soundscapes with electronic beats while infusing atmospheres with ambient and lo-fi elements, giving a cinematic quality to their music. 

In 2012, when Nika Elia released the debut EP under the esteemed Barcelona-based label Madre Vynila Records, Sexy Bicycle embarked on a journey that took them to festivals and events worldwide, including prestigious platforms such as SXSW 2019, Primavera Sound, Vida Festival, FIM Vila-Seca, Tbilisi Open Air, Menú Stereo from Canal+, Sofar Sounds, and Balcony TV. Their music has consistently captivated audiences with its entrancing and experimental nature. 

As they work on their 4th album “The Apartment”, Sexy Bicycle is excited to introduce new members to their musical ensemble. Temo Chelidze, a master of keyboards and synths, and Noe Chelidze on bass, bring fresh elements to the project's sonic palette. The addition of Pol Mitjans (Mariualluis) as the drummer infuses an energetic and rhythmic dimension into the music. 

First single from the album, "Soon", was released on the 6th of October, 2023. The single is accompanied by a visually captivating video directed by the talented Venezuelan Director Nico Manzano (Yo y Las Bestias), offering a multi-sensory experience that complements the music. 

"The Apartment" will be released gradually, with individual tracks unveiled over the coming months, leading to the full album release scheduled at the beginning of the next year. This approach allows listeners to savor and immerse themselves in each part of this musical journey. 

"The Apartment" continues to embrace the project's signature mood: a bedroom music atmosphere with nuanced sounds and an array of psychedelic passages and progressive rock elements. It is meant to be not just heard but experienced, with each note inviting listeners to delve deeper into a rich and immersive sonic tapestry. 

Experience the mesmerizing music and video of “Soon”:

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Songs as unexpectedly weird as they were unexpectedly good. Idiosyncratic collision of lo-fi psych pop and aggressively dark electronic postpunk that’s noise-filled and ugly but totally easy to find yourself putting on repeat.” - Miles Raymer, 2015



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