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2020 has, obviously, been hellish. Sometimes we just need to escape, right? Foxglove’s ‘Bright Lights’ transports us to a realm of sonic guitar and glitter.
There is something quite immersive about the track, whether it be through dreamy guitar or a expressive lyricism. ‘Bright Lights’ hits real power in its chorus, destined only to the big festival gatherings (when we can have them, of course).
Foxglove are notorious for their unique brand of indie-pop. With a wide range of influences and genuine talent, the Manchester based outfit are destined to something quite magical. They have already garnered support from local favourites Manchester Evening News and BBC Introducing Manchester.
Speaking on the track, lead singer Abi White says: “It’s a very anthemic song within the choruses, weaving in the 90’s distorted feeling. The rest of the track feels like an 80’s synth ballad, with big hard hitting snares and glittery guitars. The track is an amalgamation of our favourite genres from when we were growing up.”
Musically, this ‘Bright Lights’ connects best with fans of The 1975 and Peace. In spite of this, it is entirely unique, a fascinating blend of complete nostalgia and glittery synth pop.
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