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Hi Frisco ‘Quiet Lights’ : Befalls in the vibrance of modern pop, and delivers hit after hit of charming vibes.

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Following the release of their singles ‘Gold’, ‘Snowfall’, ‘The War’, and ‘Headspin’ (ft. Charlotte Spiral), Henry Eastham and Felix Rashman brings all that is exquisite in sound and pop.

Said the band: “The initial demo happened around Christmas, I was reflecting over the last few years of my life, searching for the last time I had the feeling of being carefree. Daydreaming of being free from the pressures of time, money, touring, drinking, partying, living in east London etc etc, finding somewhere tranquil to be. It follows the idea that the pursuit can be more fulfilling and enlightening than what it is you’re pursuing, adopting a sit back and enjoy the trip style mantra. Comes with an homage to the bright lights of home (Blackpool), in the form of a jaunty fairground organ intro.”

Named after a greeting in the book Atlas Shrugged, the duo, befalls in the vibrance of modern pop, and delivers hit after hit of charming vibes.

From LP ‘Goodbye, Blue Monday’, ‘Quiet Lights’ reinvigorates in the best traditions of Brit-rock and pop.

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