The Wonder of Old Swing

The Wonder of Old Swing

Sparkling and sentimental, London’s Old Swing return from a string of UK dates to release their second single Wonder.  Following the release of their debut Time, Wonder takes Breakfast Club drums and champagne synths twisting them into the last summer song of the year.  With contemplative lyrics it’s a little wistful, looking back on an old flame, picturing them as they move through life without you, hopelessly wondering whether you slip into their daydreams too.  With self-destructive undertones disguised by vibrant instrumentation and a rising melody, this song describes futile desires.  There's a sense of curiosity which singer Luke Goodall hopes will resonate with his listeners.   Despite having only two releases to their name Old Swing are already proving their talent for writing ear-worm melodies to raise you up no matter how melancholic or self-indulgent a subject matter…
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Spinn EP // Spinn – Review

Spinn EP // Spinn – Review

Sun soaked into the strings of their electric guitars Spinn set the tone for a hazy summer of serene Saturday afternoons with their debut self-titled EP. Sparkling synths and blue-sky melodies wrap you up in a lackadaisical romance with their quintessentially Liverpool dream pop sound. 'She Takes Her Time' is sweet; youthful optimism woven into the lyrics, blissful harmonies leaving you love drunk and dizzy. All pulsing drums and guitar lines like a contagious smile Spinn lift your spirits and leave you reeling before they lower you into the oh so slightly melancholic 'After Dark'. This bittersweet story is heartache bathed in streetlights on the long walk home, strangely soothing its the kind of song you could drunk dance your sorrows away to at the end of the night. The confrontational 'Who You Are'…
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