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Ménage à Trois a queer pop group from Manchester (Jonathan Flanders, Joseph Manning and Craig Langton) are set to release their new EP this June. Titled Don’t Forget It, the trio’s new EP is a about the glimmeringly brief encapsulation of the thrills of adventure, separation and falling in love, loosely inspired by the sounds of Patrick Cowley, Madonna and George Michael.
Since meeting at a gay karaoke bar, the three-pieces’ power pop oddities are casually re-inventing the boy band archetype. They released their debut album — Australia III — in 2017, have toured Buenos Aires with Molly Nilsson, and performed live in beautiful boutique locations around the world.
Don’t Forget It was recorded during their travels across the globe. The EP features five shimmering pop tracks that reflect on the brevity of love connections whilst looking ahead to the future as a place of promise. Ménage à Trois describe these songs as “6 degrees of separation. Love letters and memories of lovers in Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Australia and Germany.”