Camera Cult is an American indie/pop duo from Houston, Texas. Made up of Ricky J. Vasquez & David Gonzalez who have a thing for mixing dance-pop beats and synths that you can't forget. The band was formed in late 2014 when Vasquez and Gonzalez teamed up to write pop and dance music after bonding over artists in high school like New Order, Neon Indian, Toro Y Moi, and have been especially influenced by Chromeo’s White Women album.
Camera Cult’s latest single, “Location” is a soft synth-pop ballad that breezes along with a smooth R&B vibe while Vasquez’s brooding vocals carry the tune along. Vasquez plays the narrator who is actually an ill-intentioned man trying to exploit a woman’s vulnerability after a recent heartbreak. Lasting just five minutes, the record showcases the duo's throwback sound that offers a refreshing departure from the norm. “Location” is a sign of what’s to come from the band's forthcoming EP TALK NICE due out August of 2018 on Wormhole Records.