Fruity Water ‘Telephone Song’ : Then proceeds to caress you in warmth and digital greatness.

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Telephone Song is the new EP from Brighton based electronic odd pop duo Fruity Water, aka Adam Bell and Alan Odgers.

“Telephone Song is about communicating on the telephone, which seems a bit old fashioned after the jump to everyone communicating using video chat over the last couple of weeks since the lockdown, as well as the slower trend of people moving towards email and instant messaging apps over the last few years,” said Alex.

Alan explains the duo’s place in it, “in regards to our input to the local scene, we started our label, Big Salad Records, and our music night, Midnight Salad, to create a platform for people to release and perform electronic dance music as well as guitar music, with a strong emphasis on live performance as well as DJ culture”.

The synth chronograph, sizzles in the mind and hands of Fruity Water. A pension for excitement and other worldly bump and thump, the oddity in unity, persists through every fiber of ‘telephone Song’.

It throws you a bone, then proceeds to caress you in warmth and digital greatness.


Previous Fruity Water tracks have gotten numerous plays on BBC 6Music from the likes of Steve Lamacq, Radcliffe and Maconie and Gideon Coe. The duo has played many festivals across the UK and supported a number of luminaries such as Sir Was and Willie J Healy. The ‘Telephone Song’ EP features the title track and its eOne remix alongside 13 minute kraut electro epic Water the Plants and other brand new tune ‘Sorry Carbunkle’.

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