Out of the woods and the haze of living, there comes a slice of positivity and grace. Talking Tokyo brings part of that beauty of living and shimmering goodness through ‘Times Are Changing’. Time is always in flux. Talking Tokyo are confident better times will be ahead, in this turbulence of time and history.
Talking Tokyo is a new wave-tinged synthwave collective from The Netherlands consisting of four producers/musicians. And in the best traditions of Eddie Money, Rick Astley, Duran Duran and Wham!, Talking Tokyo’s anthemic vigil in ‘Times Are Changing’ delivers a fabulous look back at what was and pushes forward to what can be.
Talking Tokyo brings an 80’s effervescence while putting relevance and heft through their point of reference. “The lyric was initially inspired by the film One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, though it is unintentionally topical these times.”
‘Times Are Changing’ is their debut single and with it they might have set off on a course that listeners will clamor for, for a long time.
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