Joey Fourr’s debut album ‘TO THE FLOORR’ was a silky, infectious trip through indie and synth-pop, opening up a whole new world for the former math-rock peddling Tubelord vocalist. They’re set to release their second full-length ‘Velvet Realness’ in May, and its latest cut ‘BATH TIEM’ is a dream-like trip that strips back ‘TO THE FLOORR”s pop tendencies to something altogether more drawn out, while maintaining the vocalist’s undeniable knack for melody.
Talking of the track, Joey says “The song is a genuine ode to those glorious orange, blue and pink sunsets on a beach we as people living in Britain only ever see whilst watching videos of California, Hawaii, Sri Lanka, the sweetest romances are sometimes imaginary,” and ‘BATH TIEM’ is a track that lives in an entirely different headspace, with escapism at its heart. This is one to sit and soak in for hours.
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