Pynch ‘The Whole World’s Going Crazy (For Love)’ : Irrevocably dances with pastel memories and sweetness galore.


Introspective charms, bedazzle the works of Pynch. Single ‘The Whole World’s Going Crazy (For Love)’ delivers in the most promising ways, and the as you flip the chapters of this multi layered song, your heart pounds “Yes. I’m there.”

Said Spencer Enock: “This song is about acknowledging the insane times in which we found ourselves in a playful but stark way. This song is about how doing things for love is almost an act of rebellion in itself; we may not be able to change the world but we can change our world….I thought the idea of the world heading towards apocalypse and everybody singing Kumbaya was quite funny and sad and I wanted to put it into a song.”

Starting life as a set of demos written and recorded by Spencer Enock, bandmates Julianna Hopkins (Drums), James Rees (Guitar) and Jimmy Folan (Bass) makes Pynch the way it is now.

With delight in heart and acceptance of mind, Pynch, irrevocably dances with pastel memories and sweetness galore in ‘The Whole World’s Going Crazy (For Love)’.

Something we can taste and savor.


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