Indie, Pop, Synth-Pop

‘Brooklyn’ by Fickle Friends

 

Last week, Brighton based indie-pop band, Fickle Friends, released their latest work of synth-hopping, guitar-wah-ing music into the world, ‘Brooklyn’.

With a throwback 80s sound colliding with a modern indie aesthetic, it seems that Fickle Friends have found their very own recipe and it certainly tastes good!

Whilst there is an upbeat bounce to ‘Brooklyn’, the subtext of the lyrics is quiet different. Supposedly, according to singer, Natti, the song personifies anxiety as if it were someone you find difficult to understand and get your head around: ‘You are someone else, it’s something I can’t define, you are not mine’. 

For lovers of: Two Door Cinema Club, Blood Orange, Everything Everything

 

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