By Kieran Webber
The Bristol based band have spent their time converting people to their 60’s inspired pop-folk. It’s a similar sound to The Beatles, The Mama & Papas and The Doors. Expect harmonic vocals and organ infused psychedlia.
Today we are proud to be premiering the band’s debut single ‘The Only One’. It’s a nonchalant release that boasts the bands retrospective mellow sound. The melodic vocals dance beautifully off one other whilst the organ drives the track home. The sun-kissed sound creates the perfect soundtrack to hot British summer’s day. This really is designed to be enjoyed under the heat of the sun. It evokes good times and the way the world is right now, this is a much welcome respite.
Speaking on the track Guitar/ vocalist Ryan McMurtry says: “We finished recording literally a day before the lockdown. Thankfully, we were able to work remotely with Joe and Shawn to get it mixed and mastered. They did such an amazing job, we can’t wait for everyone to hear it.”
Listen/watch to ‘The Only One’ here:
The accompanying visuals is compiled of super 8 footage that was found vocalists Sophie Jones’ grandparents attic. She explains: “We watched the tapes and it was incredible shots of my family in my hometown in Wales. We had the idea to create a video for ‘The Only One’ because the two complemented each other so well – the song is an ode to summer, love and memories that you never want to lose.“