Track: common goldfish Continues His Brit Pop Revival With ‘I Don’t Feel Today’

Following a string of releases showcasing his his vintage 90’s brit-pop infused sound, common goldfish continues his artistic growth with ‘I Don’t Feel Today’.

Opening with an infectious piano atop a chunky, choppy sampled beat immediately reminiscent of Happy Mondays and The Stone Roses (with a hint of Moby for good measure), ‘I Don’t Feel’ quickly sets an infectious indie-pop tone. The driving distorted bass line soon enters along with some atmospheric synth lines as the track settles into a groove and common goldfishes effortlessly cool, understated yet compelling lead vocal enters. As the track reaches its euphoric peak, a strummed guitar enters continue to build the pace.

Speaking about the meaning behind the track, goldfish adds: “We are living more and more on top of each other but for some reason we’re becoming increasingly isolated from one another. The rise of independence and individualism has been at the expense of community and a sense of belonging. With the pace of life getting faster and faster, we’re spending more and more time in front of screens on a never-ending quest for instant gratification. I do worry that we’re losing our sense of reality and what matters most – human interaction and connection.”

Ebbing and flowing between sections, ‘I Don’t Feel Today’ is a prime example of common goldfish’s work, energetic, euphoric and spearheading it’s very own brit-pop revival.

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