Track: Indie 4-Piece second thoughts Share Breezy Warmer New Single ‘somebody to talk about’

Hertfordshire quartet second thoughts share the breezy yet warming new single ‘somebody to talk about’.

Capturing a glorious, nostalgic essence of 90’s alt-rock with shimmering strummed acoustics against a backdrop of driving drums, reverb tinted electric guitar licks and plucky bass, the track has an easygoing, light appeal contrasted with atmospheric moments and the angsty lyricism which reflect British teenage life. Topped with effortlessly melodic, gracefully silky lead vocals, the track grows steadily throughout, introducing harmonies from the bands female bass player which add to the tracks infectious melodies.

Ebbing and flowing through choppy rhythm changes and tone shifts with an ever-tight ease, the band’s fluorescent talent is something to be admired on ‘somebody to talk about’. There’s a youthful, fresh glow about the way they write but also an impactful and warming musical maturity.

Speaking about the release, the band says: “Somebody to talk about’ is a song about not caring what people think of you and having the confidence to believe in yourself. Musically, we felt inspired by bands such as the La’s and the Lemonheads, and so it’s the first time using an acoustic guitar in one of our songs, something we now plan to do more often. We love the way it sounds when we blend those different elements together.

A band well worth keeping your eye on for the future. Listen to second thoughts’ new single ‘somebody to talk about’ and watch the brilliantly understated video below:

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