Faithful rounds things up with a stunning melody, a questioning, intimate lyrical top layer, those gorgeously hypnotic, breathy vocals, and a blissfully soothing balance between acoustic guitar-picking and piano.
This is a very Brit-centric act that delves into the psyche of 21st century British men: exploring, channelling and challenging the insecurities, desires, hangups and passions of the average Joe.
An acoustic strum, an arrangement of voices, that raw, unedited presentation – you know the sound, and you trust it to offer something real; refreshing.
It’s a big, brash mayfly of a tune and makes its whopping great point before putting the cat out and turning off the lights. Epic, truncated fun!
What a treat to review such a well-realised and tastefully-produced song. Impressive, wide-screen, spacious, addictive.
Having already made some impressive waves with their earlier single Loner, Canberra-based synth-pop outfit Neko Pink storm forwards even further with this brand new release. Soaked in addictive pop melodies and multiple layers of colour and optimism, With You pours through with a defiant level of brightness and energy. Leading with crisp, clean production, and … Continued
Each song creates a gentle and satisfyingly human take on Roensch’s subject matter, which is ruminative and delicate and a little bit trippy. It’s distinct and idiosyncratic and I dig it for that.